[TYPO3-templavoila] Language menu

c.hoehne at bafz.de c.hoehne at bafz.de
Thu Sep 28 17:08:01 CEST 2006

Nearly at the bottom of this page
there is the mention of this 2 variables:

	sys_language_mode = content_fallback
	sys_language_overlay = hideNonTranslated

Without them translating does not work with templavoila.

Am 28.09.2006, 13:50 Uhr, schrieb Jorge Lino <je.lino at gmail.com>:

> Hello.
> I have a difficulty to which I am unable to find a solution, so I  
> thought of asking you.
> I am doing a site with templavoila. I want to integrate multi language  
> capacities. I tried the method described on typo3 ( http:// 
> typo3.org/documentation/tips-tricks/multi-language-sites-in-typo3/ ), it  
> didn't work. So I found some explanations on wikipedia, I was able to  
> put the translating system to work. When I put the direct links to all  
> translations in the browser address bar, it works perfectly.
> I am trying now to integrate a language menu. I found the extension  
> sr_language_menu , and according to the description, it seems to be very  
> easy to apply (create a language selector content, then applying it to  
> the template). However, I must be missing some detail, and I'm unable to  
> understand the problem.
> What I did:
> 1) Installed the extension sr_language_menu;
> 2) Created the content record with language selector, indicating I want  
> it to display flags, selected the languages, and put it on root page;
> 3) Added:
> 	temp.languageMenu = COA
> 	temp.languageMenu {
> 	10 = RECORDS
> 	10.tables = tt_content
> 	10.source = 115 (as the id for the language selector content record is  
> 115)
> 	}
> 4) Added it on my template as a typoscript object path (on templavoila  
> menu, I do the preview and in exploded mode, the sample text for the  
> language selector field appears exactly where I would like the flags to  
> appear).
> But somehow, it does not appear in any page...
> Could somebody give me a hint on how integrating this language menu in a  
> templavoila template?
> Many thanks!
> Jorge Lino

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