[TYPO3-english] SOLVED (was: Re: CoolURI and standard search)

Axel Joensson a.joensson at web.de
Thu Feb 25 15:15:45 CET 2010


I had the necessary idea myself: In the LinkManager, I looked up the
Cached Links for suche and for en/search and in the parameter field just
added "&no_cache=1" to the "id=67" resp. "L=1&id=67" parts. Now the
search searches in both languages and delivers results only in the resp.
language. All fine, thanks for pointing me to the solution! 

By the way: Even the solution for japanese names in western script so
far works fine by just entering the desired page name in the subtitle
field. Perfect for me. 


Axel Joensson <a.joensson at web.de> wrote:

> Hi once more,
> Jan Bednarik <info at bednarik.org> wrote:
> > If it didn't work at 
> > all, I'd understand, but this way... I don't know.
> ... 
> > Try to delete the link cache.
> > 
> > I remember someone having such issue and the reason was that he didn't
> > install the extension properly, he didn't submit the settings, saying
> > that "L" is the language var and then pages were not translated. 
> Having reinstalled, I see you were right: Something went wrong in the
> first installation, as not even the english names had been translated
> (which I took for regular and changed em by hand ...). Now the english
> names are translated automagically (not the japanese of course, which
> would mean to expect a bit too much), and everything is consistent: The
> english search form, which now correctly has the action "en/search.html"
> also doesn't work anymore :-P 
> Anyway, how should it show any results, if it just calls itself by
> simple name, instead of transferring search parameters, as defined by
> "post". Anyone with an idea? 
> Regards
> Axel

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