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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #49971, comment 12


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05/16/2023 10:36:29 AM (13 months ago)
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Marc4
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  • Ticket #49971, comment 12

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    1 I can't understand what sense it would make for a user to have three languages active at the same time as you indicate in your example. So I can't imagine what would happen in that situation. If you are referring to two or more different people, I deal with it below.
     1I can't understand what sense it would make for a user to have three languages active at the same time as you indicate in your example. So I can't imagine what would happen in that situation. If you are referring to two or more different users, I deal with it below.
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    3 If you mean that it makes no sense to have "Site", "Dashboard" and "User" languages, I agree with you, there should only be "Site" and "Dashboard", but now we get into the uaurio roles and the languages associated with them. 
     3If you mean that it makes no sense to have "Site", "Dashboard" and "User" languages, I agree with you, there should only be "Site" and "Dashboard", but now we get into the user roles and the languages associated with them. 
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    55Currently, a user who does not have an administrator role, can only select in the configuration section of his user, the languages that the administrator has previously registered on the website. The language selected by this non-admin user will be his personal "Dashboard Language", but he cannot change the front-end language. The "Site Language" option is being hidden from this user, because he does not have access to "Settings".