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Sorry if my question seams trivial, but I wonder if it is actually possible.

In Drupal 7, with the i18n module I can easily translate a content entry, but from this, I feel like it creates a fork of my language source content. So my update on the source language are no longer reflected on the translated content.

Example: I have a content defined as an image plus a text field. I want only the text field to be translated, not the image. Can I do that?

I have the situation with a website with many languages, I would prefer if I don't need to update all the images for each language whenever I want to update the image.

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The best way to do so is by configuring the multilingual parameter of your node type as "Enabled, with field translation".

The steps :

  • enable the module i18n_fields
  • edit your node type
  • go to publishing options tab
  • set Multilingual support => "Enabled, with field translation"

This way, there will be only one node for all the translation of your node (e.g.: node/534) and only the translatable fields will change between language.

You need to then define which fields you want to translate :

  • in the content type, go to manage fields tab
  • choose the field and edit
  • check the box "Field translation" at the bottom
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I haven't tried it myself but perhaps the Entity Translation module is what you want to be looking at?

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