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I need to set up a view that lists content in all available languages despite user's current language. I tried creating content translation relationships to all languages and setting fields to use these relationships, but it doesn't work. It only shows fields with the user's current language. How do I get it to list all fields in all languages?

  • Welcome to Drupal Answers! The purpose of the language is exactly to show the content in the language the user prefers. I don't see the purpose of showing the content of all the fields in all the possible languages. – kiamlaluno Dec 24 '14 at 9:56
  • The purpose is not to show anything to users. I'm outputting the view as XML and I need to have all languages shown in the output. – iamfredrik Dec 25 '14 at 7:55
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You could try to do this with the field language setting in view. I would try to set this to language neutral.

I have not tested this myself, just my 2 cents ;-)

Look to screenshots for clarificationField Language settingsField language is located under OTHER in views interface

  • Already tried it. Does not work. – iamfredrik Dec 25 '14 at 7:56

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