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6/8/2017 5:52 AM
 

Hi,

Sometimes I discover strange behavior with localization in 9.1.

When you disable the content of a page, then the page is not to localizable .
When you enable the content of this page again, then it is still not to get localized.
Even when you click the button, "Make this page localized"
First you have to delete this page and delete it also in the recycle bin.
Then you add this page again, localize this page, and then disable page content.

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Sometimes I see a country field in my module in a different  language.
For example, I have chosen the Dutch language and see the country field displayed in German.
After clearing the cache and restarting the application, then this field is displayed in the proper chosen language.

Regards, Ton

 


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