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t.niron
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Hello,

I have a multilangues site. When a non-logged-in user wants to comment on a thread, they'll see a sign-in or sign-up link at the bottom of the page. But this link seems to work for a single language. How can I set login, registration and lost password link separately for each language?

Thank you

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Chris
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Hi @t-niron,

If you have several boards in wpForo, each wpForo boards would have their own phrases, so you can translate the phrases in wpForo by their boards. 

Navigate to Dashboard, there you see your 3 wpForo admin pages(wpForo, BoardName 1, BoardName 2), wpForo page settings are for both Boards and 2 other Pages each for the current Board Settings.

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t.niron
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@chris Hello,

I already did that. However, there is no setting for these individual pages in the boards. When I make a setting, it applies to all of them. But I will check again. I might have missed something.

Thank you

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t.niron
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@chris Hello again,

I tested again and found that this applies to all boards. Cannot be defined separately. The save button affects all boards.

where could the problem be?

Thank you

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Chris
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@t-niron,

You need to have Multi Language Plugin which has Language switcher in the front end which will change the login/reg pages, as there is only 1 page for login/reg.

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t.niron
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@chris Hello

Then I may have messed with the settings of something that was already working correctly. We use WPML. I'll look into this again, but we have more pressing matters right now. I'll update the thread if we have a solution or a bug.

Thank you for your support

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