I have a big question without a solution, but I can't believe it doesn't exist. I have a site in Portuguese and one in Spanish, I want to pass the contents of "pt" to "es", how would I do it without having to download the images and upload again manually? There are 400 more items and I would stay another 6 days just doing this. I already tried going through the "Content", "Updates Options" below the filter list, but didn't get a good result. I would be very grateful if anyone could help me.

I have a website, this website has three versions, "Portuguese", "Spanish" and "English". All versions, although different, are managed by "Taxonomy", and "Content Types" to differentiate them. There is a "Content Type" which is a photo gallery, such as a field and text, that text field needs to be translated into the other languages. However, some photos I needed to upload again, that is, I downloaded the photos, translated the text field and saved marking Spanish, but it was so time consuming and tiring. I would need to duplicate these fields, so translating them would greatly dominate the time spent.

  • Welcome to Drupal Answers :) It's a little bit unclear what you are asking for. With items I guess you mean nodes. And you have a lot of PT nodes. Normally, when PT is the original language of a node and you add a new ES translation all fields are prefilled with the PT content. We also don't know if you are using Entity Translation on your site. Maybe you can update your question for clarification. Because depending on your setup the necessary code may look pretty different. – leymannx Oct 1 '19 at 22:24
  • Thank you for the answer! I edited my comment because I could not post as an answer. – Ingrid Martins Oct 2 '19 at 17:16

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