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    Hey.

    In previous versions, DNN only showed pages that exist in the current language. This was the optimal solution to me.

    In 9.3.2 or so, it also shows pages that only exist in the default language (with the proper lang url).

    Is this intended?

    Best regards,
    João






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      Are you talking about in the navigation? What are you seeing specifically?





      New Around Here





        The main dnn menu.
        The pages that exist in both languages are show in the current language. However, if they only exist the default language, they are also shown in the other language. If I'm browsing in en-us, the menu also links all the pt-pt pages, for example.





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          I agree with Joao,
          non-translated pages should be hidden by default. Showing the pages in original language instead might be an optional Site Setting. Please log as a bug into the public issue tracker.
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