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I have just installed a brand new drupal 10 website. My goal is to make french its default language and add English as another available language. For that :

  • I selected FRENCH as default language on the first step of the Drupal installation.
  • I enabled the following modules : Configuration translation Content Translation Interface Translation Language
  • I added a new language "English" here /fr/admin/config/regional/language
  • I checked Enable interface translation to English for the english language.

When I am on /admin/config/regional/language, if I click on Translate next to French, I am redirected to /admin/config/regional/language/edit/fr/translate and I see that French (original) is the default language. However, if I am on /admin/config/regional/language, if I click on Translate next to ENGLISH, I am redirected to /admin/config/regional/language/edit/en/translate and I see that ENGLISH (original) is the default language. I can't understand why the default language is ENGLISH when I edit the english language ? shouldn't it always be French ?

/admin/config/regional/language/edit/fr/translate gives: enter image description here

/admin/config/regional/language/edit/en/translate gives : enter image description here

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  • There isn’t really a question here. This may actually be a bug. This old question may be useful drupal.stackexchange.com/questions/8526/…
    – cilefen
    Jun 29, 2023 at 11:08
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    What you are seeing is is the "original" language of the language configuration object, NOT the default language of your website. A language is not just boolean "is enabled yes or no", it also has some additional meta data like e.g. direction (left-to-right). That configuration meta data was originally provided in english.
    – Hudri
    Jun 29, 2023 at 11:10
  • @Hudri , yes but on some other D8 websites that were initially installed in french like mine, I see that french is the original language of the english language configuration object, that's why on /admin/config/regional/language/edit/en they add Anglais because it's the language name in the french default language and on /admin/config/regional/language/edit/en/translate/en/edit they add label = English because it's the english translation of the label Anglais. This is the intended behaviour.
    – de2
    Jun 29, 2023 at 12:46
  • but in my case, english is the original language of english so I am supposed to label the language as english not Anglais cz right now it's like i'm saying Anglais is the label of the english language in English and it's not correct.
    – de2
    Jun 29, 2023 at 12:46
  • ideally, i want to label the english language as Anglais in its english translation but the french should remain its original language. so i would say Anglais is the label of the english language in french (the site's default lang).
    – de2
    Jun 29, 2023 at 12:48

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