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It was proposed that wiki links to untranslated pages in the form of Path/To/MyPage{{#translation:}} should redirect to the translation interface. I created a feature request for it:

As can be seen from the discussion, we have the option to use links in the form of Special:MyLanguage/Path/To/MyPage

This creates a situation where:

- you have to change your wiki UI language to match the translated pages you want to visit via these links - if the translation does not exist, you will be redirected to the English page - if you want to visit a specific translated page while using a different UI language, you have to manually edit the URL in your browser's address bar after accessing it
- there are no red links

Now, what is the general opinion? Should we switch to using Special:MyLanguage for all links that refer to translatable pages?


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