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Untranslating terms in Drupal 5: two places you have to do it

Agaric ran into an absolute show-stopper problem (somewhere it's listed on the wsf_action issue queue) that was caused not by code (the usual culprit when ben is developing) but by configuration, and in particular the absolute madness that is taxonomy term translation in Drupal 5. I think we've posted elsewhere: Just don't do it.

But if you have and need to recover:

Deleting all translations here
is not enough.

Even though it may really look like no one has a translation anymore:

Term translations have been updated
Arabic Basque Catalan Chinese, Simplified Czech Danish Dutch English French German Greek Hungarian Italian Japanese Norwegian Bokmål Norwegian Nynorsk Persian Portuguese, Brazil Portuguese, Portugal Romanian Spanish Thai Turkish Vietnamese Operations
new translation

You also have to edit the individual terms and take their language setting off there.


Language: - must be blank



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