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Enabling both the content and UI language switcher blocks makes two blocks that cannot be differentiated.
A. Title the two blocks differently.
B. rely on And only provide a choice of two blocks if the detection and selection methods are different? [this needs more discusion]
- (novice) Create initial patch for proposed resolution A (renaming to differentiate). Contributor Task: http://drupal.org/node/1424598
- (anyone) Discuss approach B: more complicated.
User interface changes
This is a UI issue, see above.
No API changes anticipated.
Original report by Usability Testing in Budapest
Full report: http://groups.drupal.org/node/271918
There were problems with the language switcher blocks as well. People were definitely puzzled there is a user interface and a content language switcher. Choice quotes:
- "I need a block that switches the language **but always**, I don’t get what is the 'content' and 'user interface text' would do differently"
- "We definitely need a block that changes both languages at once [content, interface]. So looks like I need to enable both blocks? The visitors would be interested in content, so I’d enable that for them."; "At least title the two blocks differently if we have two of them; my next step would be to rename it to Language for content and ..."