Pharkie Posted November 21, 2003 Share Posted November 21, 2003 OK I've investigated that language fix a bit. It's hardcoded that it looks on 'language_id = 1'. So if your database doesn't have your main language as language 1, it's going to cause you problems! I'd say find out from your database what the language_id of your main language is, then change the appropriate bit of the Language Fix SQL. It's near the end: AND b.language_id = 1 Change the number and you'll be away. I think this is likely the problem you two have been having. So if you've not already, don't copy over the bit of code I included in the post above - try fixing the language_id first and tell me here if it works? Thanks. :ph34r: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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