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    I noticed that the language cookie is a session cookie.
    Wouldn't it be more logical is it would be a "permanent" cookie?
    I'm using an EN browser and when I visit an ML DNN site, it never reminds my language choice.
    Every time I re-visit the site I'm directed to the EN pages, which becomes quite annoying on the long run TBH.
    Or am I missing a use case?

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      Did you set your favourite language in the browser settings? Normally it should work that way...

      Happy DNNing!

      Michael Tobisch

      dnnWerk Austria
      DNN Connect

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        No I picked the language in DNN, For most sites I want English but for some I don't..

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