[TYPO3] Typo3 v4, TemplaVoila and Localization

Christian Vetter Christian.Vetter at dragoner-design.de
Fri Apr 14 12:07:58 CEST 2006

Hi Hervé,
This is indeed due to your localization settings - 'seperate structures'  
means that you localize the page as a whole, not per element. You have to  
make a decision upon that: either you translate each element, which is the  
usual way, or you localize the whole page, that is you have an all new  
page for a different language - with different order or even different  
content, maybe with a different look and feel.

Hope that helps,

Am 14.04.2006, 10:08 Uhr, schrieb Hervé Inisan <typo3 at self-access.com>:

> Hi!
> I have a localization issue with Typo3 4.0.
> I didn't find any clue on the list or the Wiki, perhaps somebody can  
> help?
> A fresh install of T3v4, adding extension TemplaVoila.
> My site has 2 alternate page language, and the additional TypoScript
> (linkVars, config.language...)
> Translation of pages works fine (I can get 3 versions of each page).
> But translated content elements won't show.
> I translate them within the list mode, and the translated elements show  
> in
> the BE (grouped under the original default element).
> If I switch to 2nd or 3rd language and create a content element  
> manually, it
> shows properly in the FE.
> Is there a parameter or some TypoScript missing? (probably ;-))
> Is is related to "Page localization mode" which is set to "separate
> structures"?
> TIA,
> -- Hervé Inisan.

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