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11/28/2014 3:44 AM
 
Joca, the first error message already explains, what to do - rename the duplicate page.
Please make sure in Admin > Site Settings that you have a primary alias for each language.

to add the language selector to your site, the [LANGUAGE] Skin object needs to be included in the skin and at least two languages are enabled for the current site.

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold

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12/6/2014 9:30 AM
 
I were not up to challenge our client has moved to another CMS as I were unable to deliver that language in DNN.
Now I have a question.
I have no idea what goes wrong.
I added serbian language from admin > languages (Serbian (Latin, Serbia)).
Btw language flag is WHITE no flag at all.
Edit 'System' I have changed all values (every one of them).
I created a language pack and installed it.
But when ever I click on Serbian flag (no flag) app just make a postback and goes to fallback (english) language.
I don't know what goes wrong, there are no issues in event viewer!
If you want to reproduce this just add that language and you will see what I am talking about.
 
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12/6/2014 9:35 AM
 
there might be an issue with Serbian, as the culture code differs from the typical one (this might also be the reason for the missing flag, though you need to make sure, there is an image in /images subfolder with language code as name). You may send me the language pack and I'll test it locally, please use leupold (at) dnnwerk.de.

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group

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12/7/2014 4:10 AM
 
I have sent you an email.
It seams that serbian language is discriminated in DNN :) just kidding :)
I added default croatian language for example and it has a flag and works fine. It's code is 'hr-hr'.
I just don't understand why serbian language code is not 'sr-rs'.
We need to expand our services and we need this language to be supported. I saw that there is issue on JIRA for this but never solved https://dnntracker.atlassian.net/brow...
I hope that someone from dnn team will consider this as important bug.
 
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12/8/2014 7:03 AM
 
I just provided you with a reply.
Yesterday, while woking on another issue, I noticed a bug in DNN core Framework, where "xx-YY" was assumed as culture code format.
Peter Donker submitted a pull request for it today (see https://dnntracker.atlassian.net/brow...).

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group

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