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In the Navigation Block there is a link which I've managed to associate with Localization client module. Don't know what or why is it there for...
Yes, that link it's definitely created by l10n_client, if you disable the module, the link just disappears.
I also have this issue at 7.x-1.1.
The are following row at menu_links table in the database:
@SimonLitt : did you install 7.x-1.1 directly or upgraded from previous versions?
@SebCorbin : I directly install 1.1 version without any update.
I really cannot reproduce this bug :-/
Could you try on a fresh environment and describe precisely the steps?
I have the same issue.
I've found out why. For some reason when you first enable the l10n_update module, and then the l10n_client module, it occurs. Trying to further figure out why now :)
So it's the menu_alter hook in l10n_update that inserts an entry in the menu_links table. I think it could be fixed by adding an "exists" check to the menu_alter hook for l10n_update.
Moving to l10n_update
I think this is what you need.
@xpound, @daften, Can anyone update the issue summary now that the problem is more clear?
No response :(
Patch committed in both 7.x-1.x and 7.x-2.x.
Automatically closed - issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.
That fix was perfect.
Sorry for the non-response, gmail's new inbox structure made me miss this for follow-up.
Thanks very much for your quick response and the fix though!
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