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Has anyone managed to make a multi-language site with Drupal 7?
I have the following modules installed:
Language assignment, Language icons, Locale updater apart from Locale & Content translation.
With Drupal 6, I have made some sites which give you the option of choosing the via a language selector the language the site should be displayed in, leading to translated content appearing with the corresponding translated interface.
There seems to be something missing in Drupal 7, inspite of following detailed instructions, for example at http://drupal.org/node/133977, which are more complete for up to Drupal 6. I noted some settings in D7 are different or those referred to for older versions missing.
I have repeatedly looked at the settings pages of the different modules, but have not seen how to achieve the mentioned effect.
If you translate content & assign it a translated menu link, you have both menu items of the translated & the original pages in the main menu, for example both "About us" & translated page link "Über uns". So what i have done, is not to create a link item for the translated content page. The content can currently only be accessed via a language button on each page where content has been translated.
The language switcher appears in the block settings section, but does not appear on the page at all.
So my question is: is there a necessary D7 module missing to help achieve this & if so, which one?
As said, in the current settings of ALL the involved modules, there is NOTHING I see that I have not tried out.
If not, exactly which settings for the D7 modules have I overlooked or probably not set correctly?
Thanks in advance