Have you ever wondered how to translate the paths of pages created by page manager, for example?
Let's suppose we have a scenario with a multilingual website and we create our events/!city page in English using page manager and now we need to translate the path to Portuguese.
Now it's possible to create those paths by going to admin/config/regional/i18n_translation/path and using * as wildcards.
You simply have to add events/* on the English version and add eventos/* on the Portuguese, for example!
This module allows the users to browse particular pages in a specific language.
The classical use case is to allow displaying the frontend of the site in one language and still keep most of the backend in English (or another language of your choice), but it can have other usages.
Language text link filter searches through text bodies for internal links. If a link to a node points to another language than the current, the module looks for a translation in the right language and replaces the link.
It supports system paths, absolute links copied from the browser and internal links without domain.
If the translation for the linked node is made subsequently, the link is still updated without interference from the editor.
Currently only works with path prefix and only on Drupal 7.