I've tested the language selector again, but this time with our resource files. Take at the video
. For this purpose I've created a simple user control that gets the current culture of the page and displays it in a label. I've also included another label, where a resource file is set to its Text property. As you see, on pages the label is displayed depending on the culture of the page, which is the expected behavior. Keep in mind that in order to have different language versions of the resource files you would have to import the corresponding language pack (in my case Spanish language pack). Otherwise Sitefinity won't have access to the translation you're looking for, because it doesn't exist, and will display the label (or other resource in English, since it's the default language.) I've attached a screenshot of a Greek page. Note that the label displays Search in English, because I don't have Greek language pack imported. You will also find my test control in a zip file below.
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