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    We upgraded most of our website to DNN 9.6.2. and I noticed a multilanguage issue.

    We have a website in 2 languages: NL-NL (site default) and En-US
    Normally when you add a new page the page is added in both languages but now it's only added in the default language NL.

    Is this a bug, change or setting?



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      Willem,

      what happens when you go to Page Localization? There you should find a button saying "Make translatable" or something alike. Does it work when you click this button?

      Happy DNNing!
      Michael

      Michael Tobisch
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        Yes there is a link/button to add the missing language and that works for now.

        For the customer I need it to work as before. It should add the page in both languages by default.
        I hoped it was a setting, but it looks like it's a bug/issue in DNN 962



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          Yes, scoot over to https://github.com/dnnsoftware/Dnn.Platform/issues and create an issue for this.

          I don't have a mult-language site for testing, but I'm wondering if "Make translatable" appears in the dialog when you create a new page.
          Joe Craig
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          Patapsco Research Group


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            Willem,

            interesting thing is that it worked before.

            I just had to add a page to a three-languages site in DNN 8.0.2 (yes, I know, needs an upgrade, but I am waiting for the developer of a custom module that does not work anymore...), and had exactly this behaviour. I never took care about this, but it might be just a setting somewhere...

            Happy DNNing!
            Michael

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            DNN Usergroup für den deutschsprachigen Raum
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              Posted By Willem on 01 Sep 2020 09:03 AM

              We upgraded most of our website to DNN 9.6.2. and I noticed a multilanguage issue.

              We have a website in 2 languages: NL-NL (site default) and En-US
              Normally when you add a new page the page is added in both languages but now it's only added in the default language NL.

              Is this a bug, change or setting?

              I noticed the same, I think it's a change.

               

               



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                I tested several websites and it really looks like a change in DNN 9.6.2
                I haven't found a setting to change this...

                This is pretty confusing for customers with more than 1 language... I will add the issue in github
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