When I delete original content, the translated one isn't delete and I just can't delete it ("remove" button doesn't appears).

These are the steps to reproduce the issue.

  • Install the Paragraphs module
  • Create a PARA-TEST paragraph type with a single text field and unlimited values
  • Create a CONTENT-TEST content type with PARA-TEST as unique field
  • Create a new CONTENT-TEST node and insert some random value in the paragraph field, for example test1, test2, and test3
  • Save and reopen it; click on Translate
  • Replace the paragraph field values with test1 - UK, test2 - UK, and test3 - UK
  • Save the translated node
  • Reopen the original CONTENT-TEST node and delete a value from the paragraph field, for example test3
  • Reopen the translated node and notice the test3 - UK value is still present.

I would expect test3 - UK were deleted from the translated node. Instead, test3 - UK is still present in the translated node and I can't remove it.

  • 2
    I’m voting to close this question because bug reports should be filed on the modules issue queue on drupal.org
    – Hudri
    Sep 5, 2022 at 8:52
  • Welcome to Drupal Answers! You've phrased this as a bug report which is likely to get the question closed. I'd suggest rewriting the question to be about how to manage translated content within paragraphs so that deleting the original paragraph also deletes translations. Good luck!
    – UltraBob
    Sep 6, 2022 at 6:31

1 Answer 1


Probably you don't have configured the paragraph field correctly.

On the field settings page of the paragraph field you should see this warning

Paragraphs fields do not support translation. See the online documentation.

This means you should not check the box above this warning, that users may translate the field.

Instead make the paragraph type translatable and translate the field content of the paragraph.

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