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  1. Trying to figure out work flow for translators on a new website and have hit a brick wall. Site was launched in Spanish, now the translators want to add in other languages. I presumed that when you tick the "active" language checkbox on settings for the home page, then the new language would not appear on the public facing website, but translators would be able to work with the pages in the admin and view their work. Finally, once all translation had been completed, we could activate the language from the home page. I have searched thru the forums and found older articles from 2015 here. https://processwire.com/talk/topic/11100-disable-a-language-on-a-multilanguage-site/ https://processwire.com/talk/topic/10467-allow-translators-to-work-on-hidden-language/ This seems a really messy hack, or did i miss something ? Does anyone know if there has been an update within Processwire since 2015 to make this better/easier, or other articles explaining how to achieve it ? We were looking for a solution that the client can use from within Admin. Not via .htaccess or similar that would require tech skills. Many thanks for reading 🙂
  2. hi guys, I have a project which is about to get live and it has two languages: default: englisch second: german Unfortunatelly translation of content will not be done in English for the launch. How can I simply redirect EVERY person that is not logged in to the German version of a page? Once everything has been translated I will delete the redirect and everything should be fine. It would be great to have a redirect only for not logged in users so the editor can check how the site looks like when adding the translations. Any idea? thanks Sascha
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