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8/10/2014 3:59 AM
 

When I add Serbian language (Latin, Serbia), switching between english (default) and serbian dont work very well. A must tweak aliases to workaround this. Could someone take a look this? It is difficult to explain, just add second language (to default instalation) and try to switch.

Alse, there is no flag picture on icon.

 
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8/10/2014 4:31 AM
 
In DNN 7 using advanced URLs, you need to provide a primary site alias for each language (in Admin > Site Settings menu item, 2nd tab).
In Admin > Languages, you need to enable all languages, users shall be able to use.
The language selector will only be displayed, if a) multiple languages are active for the site and b) it is included in the skin applied (default skin does include it). The skin also determines, whether languages are displayed using flags, language codes or language names.

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8/10/2014 5:09 AM
 
Yes I know all that but there is problem with serbian langauage and selector. It doesnt work.

You have to try to see, no help from generic replys.

Explanation:

Default DNN install.
Add second language - Serbian
Swichting with language selector dont work!

Wipe everything...
Default DNN install.
Add second language - Deutsch (or any else)
Switching with language selector WORKS normally.

So, how it not works only in Serbian case?

Even when I add fiew langages, a can switch to all except for serbian, clicking on (empty) flag icon do nothing.
 
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8/10/2014 5:24 AM
 
What is the language code of Serbian? I remember some countries with two language codes, depending on the character set, does this apply?
As there happened a couple of political changes in that area, which OS version are you using and does it provide the proper culture code to select from list?

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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8/10/2014 6:23 AM
 
Serbian Language uses 2 codes:

sr-Latn-RS
sr-Cyrl-RS

Both codes are supported by DNN and Net Framework 4.0.
When I use Serbian langauages a have resource files with sufix "sr-Latn-RS".

Thats all fine.

Problem is in language selector and url switching.
A can switch to every language except Serbian! How to explain that?

I set a example to try...
This ih default DNN 7.3 install and I set 5 languages.
Try to switch from one to another and see what's happening. Look at urls.
Note: contains is on english, I havent supply resource files, point is in language selection and url mapping.

http://salecar.no-ip.org/defaultdnn73
host/1234567

 
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