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Hi Cloph,

Christian Lohmaier wrote on 2018-07-12 at 11:20:

Only things left are the stable and testing indicators on the
old-style download page (that is the type/classification as on the
download server, i.e. stable directory vs testing directory)
for that I'll add strings Donwload.ClassificationStable and

thanks a lot! Can you send a follow-up to this list when this is done, so localizers can look into it?

and the issue with the subsitevirtualpages not allowing to have
localized title/lable. A ugly workaround would be to have the virtual
page hidden and to create a site-local virtual page that then has the
page from the other subsite as backend, but that's kinda ugly, I'll
check whether one can extend the SubsiteVirtualPage with a data
extension to have the title/navigation label translatable.

Thanks a lot!

And what's left is how to deal with the footer / translations - the
suggestion to use the Privacy Policy (localized term for privacy
policy), Imprint (localized term for imprint) is easiest to keep
consistent, so I think that's the way to go. (So expect
Homepage.PrivacyPolicyLabel, Homepage.ImprintLabel,.... to appear this

That's my proposal indeed, see

Can you also send a follow-up to this list when this is implemented?

Thanks a lot,

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