[TYPO3-english] Changing default language in Templavoila

Mathias Schreiber [wmdb] mathias.schreiber at wmdb.de
Thu Aug 4 15:30:13 CEST 2011

Am 03.08.11 00:13, schrieb ktt:
> I guess there is a reason for such architecture. But on other hand
> this type of inflexibility looks quite strange.

This depends on your point of view.
I, for example, think it's pretty inflexible to be forced to translate 
every single content element I have :)

> Even more so one can very easily change the backend language in
 > User settings, in TS for frontend, in TSconfig for flags, but first
 > default language will remain for content on BE. I guess it's worth
 > to start a feature request :-)

I have something like this somewhere around.
It adds a flag to every page marked as "root" which will do this on the fly.

The first thing you should ask yourself is:
What do I want?
Do I want two languages in the SYSTEM to switch places?
Or do I want language XYZ to be shown to the BE User in the 
pagetree/content elements?


Ernesto, Nov. 9th 2010:
"In the graphics generation routines of TYPO3 *anything* could cause a
side effect."

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