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First, open the language filter plugin, make sure the cookie lifetime is set to year and save.   
 
First, open the language filter plugin, make sure the cookie lifetime is set to year and save.   
  
Second, if you have contact data you must ensure that every contact has a language (if it says "undefined" in the contact manager, that tells you no language is assigned) and every contact that has a linked user should have a version with language ALL as well as any specific language versions.  
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Second, if you have contact data you must ensure that every contact has a language (if it says "undefined" in the contact manager, that tells you no language is assigned) and every contact that has a linked user should either have a version with language ALL or else have a version in each content language used on your site.  
  
  

Revision as of 10:44, 28 April 2013

Some (but not all) multilingual sites experience a problem where all content not in the default language is not displayed and the language filter module does not seem to work.


An official fix is not yet announced. However there were two changes that may be causing this issue and users may want to try fixing these. Try each fix in order and test to see if it resolves the problem.

First, open the language filter plugin, make sure the cookie lifetime is set to year and save.

Second, if you have contact data you must ensure that every contact has a language (if it says "undefined" in the contact manager, that tells you no language is assigned) and every contact that has a linked user should either have a version with language ALL or else have a version in each content language used on your site.