Ouch. So there are no options "forcing" the users to only use the default language? In our case it's not English, and there are no reasons whatsoever to even have the english language available since it's a forum strictly for our native language. We even have a Q&A in our native language.
Isn't this usually done by having the user setting set initially to "default". If an admin changes the default language then user's language changes, but the user always has the option to choose whatever language he or she desires, even before a default change.
No, as that would trigger the "arbitrary change" part of my comment.
If you don't want a language to be available, you can just remove it and that will change the language. My comments are specifically in relation to when the default language (which applies to new users and guests) is changed.
Oh, while I'm on my horse, consider changing the style named "Default Style" to "Original Style" or something similar to disentangle it from the phrase "default style" that refers to the style that visitors view, which may not be the style named "Default Style".
Please, it is possible to call the board with a special language-id for guests?
Something like this:
German Page: a href = index.php?misc/language&language_id=2
English page: a href = index.php?misc/language&language_id=1
Yes, it is if not logged in. But logged in i got an error message, probably because of a missing token? Is there a way to get rid off this, please?
I have some more ideas:
It is possible to save two titles for a forum?
Depending on the language like
1. "A Title" and 2. "Ein Titel (geman)?
Or maybe it is better to divide the languages, then i should have every forum two times in german and english.
Then it is possible to show the english people only the english boards? (Show_Forum depending on language_id) or just change the order (Show_Forum_sort depending on language_id)