I need to do the following on my Drupal 7 site:

  1. Anonymous users should see the website in Ukrainian (I mean not the content, but the elements like "Login", "Register" etc.)
  2. Administrator (the user with all permissions) should see the admin panel in English.
  3. Editor (custom created user that can create pages) should see his admin interface in Russian.

I suppose it can be done with a per-user language setting, but I cannot find how to do this. I already have all the translations installed.

  • It seems I've missed the "Follow the user's language preference" option. Now it works as expected. – Andrii Yurchuk Oct 18 '11 at 18:58
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    Andriy, could you please add your solution as an answer so we can see this question is solved ? – Refineo Nov 9 '11 at 17:23
  • When you can, select it as accepted too. – kiamlaluno Nov 10 '11 at 8:45

"Follow the user's language preference" option in Drupal language preferences does the trick.

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