Changes for page Internationalization

Last modified by Thomas Mortagne on 2023/10/10

From version 46.2
edited by Vincent Massol
on 2018/07/20
Change comment: Put back PR
To version 49.1
edited by Marius Dumitru Florea
on 2020/04/29
Change comment: There is no comment for this version



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55 55  Once you click on a language, you're forcing it and thus all pages which have translations in that language will display these translations by default when you navigate to them.
56 56  {{/info}}
57 57  
58 += Page translations =
59 +
60 +You can check the [[Information tab>>Documentation.UserGuide.Features.DocumentLifecycle.WebHome#HInformation]] at the bottom of the page to see the language of the current page, its original language, as well as the list of existing and missing page translations. You can use the links to access the available page translation or to create the missing ones.
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58 58  = Edit a translation =
59 59  
60 -When you go to the edition mode you are able to edit the page in the default language. The default language is indicated on the right "Document Information" panel as shown below:
64 +When editing a plain wiki page the editor will load:
65 +* the page translation that corresponds to the current laguage, if it exists and multilingual is on
66 +* otherwise, the original page
61 61  
68 +When editing a structured page the editor will load the original page because the structured data (objects) are shared by all page translations.
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70 +From Wiki and WYSIWYG edit modes, as well as when editing in-place, you can switch to a different page translation or create a missing translation.
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72 +From the Wiki and WYSIWYG edit modes you are able to edit the default (original) page language. The default language is indicated on the right "Document Information" panel as shown below:
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62 62  {{image reference="DefaultLanguageEN.PNG"/}}
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64 64  In the "Document Translations" panel you can see the current language you are performing translations in and the alternative languages you may translate your page to. These are the languages you have previously set up in "Administration".

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