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I cannot create a path alias for spanish translation.

When I try to create, it says Route is invalid or you don't have access

Saw this but it doesn't have an answer: https://www.drupal.org/project/drupal/issues/236915

How can I translate the /user/login path?

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  • You can try using user path only without login. After saving you can try to edit the alias. For me, it didn't work at first when I added user/login then it worked for both paths after being saved for the first time. Not sure why though – Ismail Cherri Mar 1 at 19:36
  • What Drupal and PHP versions are you using? I tried on simplytest.me, and I was able to set a path alias for /user/login, when using English as interface language. – kiamlaluno Mar 2 at 19:45
  • When I set the language to Spanish and the detect method to path, the path added for Spanish is es, not es-es. Also in this case, I am able to set a path alias for /user/login. – kiamlaluno Mar 2 at 22:31
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You can try this module: https://www.drupal.org/project/rename_admin_paths Should do the job... Good luck!

  • The user wants to provide a path alias that is used when the language used the site is Spanish. The suggested module doesn't change a route path basing on the language. – kiamlaluno Mar 2 at 19:23

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