[Product-Developers] [LanguageTool] language codes in URL...

ajung lists at zopyx.com
Thu May 10 09:53:54 UTC 2012

Stupid me - of course the fields are shown with their english titles since I
don't have any french translation file installed....sorry for the noise.


ajung wrote
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> Hi there,
> portal_languages supports to switch the language if there is a language
> code present in the URL path (like /en or /de) - fine.
> This is fine for _anonymous_ site visitors where e.g. the language of
> the forms
> (in particular the extended search form) should correspond with the
> language of the current site tree (english subsite, german subsite etc.)
> For authenticated users (editors) we don't want that behavior. We have
> editors in 20 countries and each editor should use Plone in its own
> native language. We have cases where editors have rights in different
> language sections of the site. So the Plone UI should not switch from
> German to English if a German editors will edit English content - it
> must remain in German. Is there a reasonable approach to implement
> this behavior without hacking portal_languages?
> Andreas
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