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I've got a multilingual site where English is set as the default and fallback language. Most of the content is translated, but some of it is not. When I access some untranslated content, the fallback English is displayed, however, the site's selected language is also switched to English (so I also get English menus, etc.), so if I would then go to some page which is translated, I would still see English.

Is there a way to tell Drupal "display fallback, but display the menus and other stuff in the non-english language and remember the selected language"?

For the record, each language is in its own directory (not a domain) and language selection is done in this order:

  1. List item
  2. Selected Language
  3. Session
  4. URL
  5. Account admin pages
  6. User
  7. Browser
  • No answers? :-( – Ondrej Oct 3 '16 at 11:37
  • can you clarify what you want ? if user go to a content that not translated what you want happened to it? – Yusef Mohamadi Oct 3 '16 at 18:31
  • When I display content which is not translated, the original (English) is displayed. That is actually what I want - what I don't want is all of the translated parts of the page, like menus, etc. to change to English as well. I would like to display the fallback English language of the node, while displaying the rest of the page (menus, etc.) in the local language, so that when I leave the non-translated node's page and move to a translated node, the browser will still remember my local language choice and display that instead of English. – Ondrej Oct 4 '16 at 6:31

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