Modules to build sites supporting different human languages

Disable language

Disable language lets you disable languages on Drupal 8 sites.

It does the following things when you disable a language:

Entity Language Fallback

INTRODUCTION

This module allow administrators to configure a prioritised list of fallback languages per language. The fallback languages are used for entity view / entity upcast.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Drupal 8.3 or later.
  • Language module.

INSTALLATION & CONFIGURATION

Install as you would normally install a contributed drupal module. See: https://www.drupal.org/documentation/install/modules-themes/modules-8 for further information.

Translation Views

Translation views sample

Provides fields and filter to build list in Views with information about translations.

As example you can identity which nodes that have missing translations in a specified language. You can also add translation operation links to be able to add those translations.

All entities are supported as long as the content translation is enabled.

Views fields/filters

The fields/filters will display information about the current content in the selected target language:

Translate Export

Translate export module is helpful to export strings. it supports export single string, select multi strings to export. it's useful when you need export strings frequently and don't want to export whole group of strings.

Locale: Config import

This module provides a solution to the fact that by default, interface translations are overwritten by config imports if the imported config contains a translation (or misses a translation) of a given string in translate interface.

The following changes to this behaviour are supplied by this module:

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