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Am 18.02.2013 22:41, schrieb Daniel A. Rodriguez:
Is there any way to find out which wiki pages are not localized to a
particular language?

AFAIK all you can do is list all pages which do include the OrigLang Template (by clicking the "What links here" link from Toolbox[1]). Thus you get a list of the pages which have been translated into any language (or at least where translation has been suggested).

From here I guess you have to look at each page individually if a transltion exists.

What I did[2]: I pasted the sorted list from [1] into a text editor, added /de (for German translations) at the end, and transformed them into Wiki links (by simply adding [[ and ]] brackets around them). After pasting them into a wiki page, non-existing Translations are shown red :-)



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