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Hello there,

I was creating a new page and added it to the menu block. But when I have installed more language files
it puts the page file on the dir of that language. But when someone (example) in english want to see the page
it gets the message "The requested page ("xxxx";) cannot be found".

How can I add the page to all languages? And is there a way to split them? (like to add english to EN and the dutch one to NL without
switching my language on my profile)
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Hi,

I'll assume that your site's default language is English.

If you add the page when logged in using the English language then any language will use that if it doesn't have it's own version.
If you want to avoid switching languages in your profile, you can temporarily change language by putting &keep_lang=EN into the URL.


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