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  1. Hi, I have a URL field that will sometimes have relative/local URLs on a multilingual site, for example /contact/ However the URL field does not seem to pick up when I'm on another language, for example /fr/ so I'm taken to the default language page for /contact/ rather than /fr/contact/ Is there a way to make the URL fields play well with a multi-language site? Thanks!
  2. hello, I want to build a custom validator on my multilang site. I added following hook, but I get only the default language value. How can I access the values of the other languages? public function init() { $this->addHookAfter("InputfieldTextarea::processInput", $this, "validateShortlinks"); } public function validateShortlinks($event) { $field = $event->object; $text = $field->value; // only the default language, how can I get the other languages? }
  3. Hi, How can I use the __('Some Words to Translate') feature in Processwire Smarty Templates like {__('Some Words to Translate in Smarty')}?
  4. Hi, I am trying to install a German-only blog (with Kongondo's Blog Module) on a multi language site, which is making me pull my hair out since I have next to no experience with multilang PW. The site uses the gateway approach, splitting the url into /en/blahblah and /de/blahblah English is the default language, so when I post a post, I have those two urls and I have to activate the german version to be even available. So, I only want /blog/blog-post-title/ without /en/ or /de/ and I don't want the user to have to activate (see checkbox on the screenshot) German version altogether. How? Thanks!
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