Just trying to figure out Multi-Lingual support. I have a big project that'll be in 2 languages to start, and more moving forward. I had looked at Sitefinity 2.7 originally and really liked how you handled multi-lingual support. My understanding of how it worked was as such:
You set up your languages
You created new pages and selected which languages those pages should be available for (so some pages might only be in En, others only in De and the rest in both)
You selected which language you were editiing and the page came up and you could add items (generic content, images, etc.), then you switched to the other language and the page was blank, and you entered your controls and content for that page.
You dropped a LanguageSelector onto the template and if someone switched languages and the page existed in both languages, it went to that same page in the other language, if the page didn't exist, it went to the homepage
If you looked at the sitemap and you were in the En version, you saw all the pages that were available for English, and if you were in the De version you saw those pages.
It seemed like the perfect way to do it!
Have you changed your whole approach to multiple languages, or am I missing something? Also, if you did change, what's the advantage of the new system?
Also, what do I need to do to create a language selector?