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 Post subject: Navigation issue on non-English admin
PostPosted: Sat May 13, 2017 12:32 am 
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When using a non-English language in the backend (I tested with user preference as Deutsch), opening a page in the Content Manager causes the left navigation to open to Site Admin rather than remaining on Content.

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 Post subject: Re: Navigation issue on non-English admin
PostPosted: Sat May 13, 2017 11:29 am 
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Huh, good catch!

I reproduced this with German language, it works with Dutch language as Admin lang...

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 Post subject: Re: Navigation issue on non-English admin
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Yeah, I know about this. it doesn't just apply to ContentManager and German, but to any module that has multiple admin navigation entries.

The 'editcontent' action is not an entry in the admin navigation, so the theme has to try to find one entry to call the 'current' entry. There is no way of knowing which action is a child of which navigation entry... and in the end, it just guesses.

The reason why it works in English and Dutch vs. German for the content manager is simply a sorting issue.

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