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Trying to display specific code based on current language

Thanks to Tom at EEHarbour, my problem has been solved. I didn't realize that there was any difference at all between the two tags {exp:transcribe:language_abbreviation} and {transcribe:...
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Using Low Replace with {site_url} not working

{site_url} is a late parsed variable, i.e. after tags are parsed. That means Low Replace will look for the literal string "{site_url}" rather than its content. You'll have to use the actual var's ...
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Need a regex ninja's help with replacing a YouTube string

Thank you jrothafer for the answer. For those curious, here is the fix. It probably needs some cleaning up, but it's working. Matching pattern <(iframe)(.*)(src=\"https:\/\/www\.youtube\.com\/...
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Need a regex ninja's help with replacing a YouTube string

Easy peasy, chief. I can't deal with going through the Low Replace docs right now, so you'll have to apply the right parameters, but here you go: Matching pattern: <(iframe)(.*)(src=\"https:\/\/...
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