when #translatable module is enabled, then in views, only the nodes of content type that is set to Translatable in Translatable module settings would be selected. if i set content type to translatable, only after i resubmit the node it would be selected in views. does it mean that if i want to use the views i i should set all the content types to translatable? when i disable translatable module, nodes of all the content types are selected.

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Status:Active» Postponed (maintainer needs more info)

Sorry, I did not get the point of your question. Could you please elaborate,

- what you have done/setup
- which result you were expecting
- what the actual result is

i set up #translatable module 5.x-1.3 and Views 5.x-1.6. If i set up generic view without any filters to show all nodes. when the #translatable module is enabled the particular view shows only nodes that are of content types set to Translatable content types in #translatable settings. when #translatable module is disabled it shows all the nodes of all the content types. i am sorry if it doesn't make any sense. i can't find a way to explain it better.

I think I've understood you now. However, I haven't experienced this issue myself yet. Please note that user support for Translatable in Drupal 5 is limited, so I can not guarantee if and when my time permits to reproduce and (perhaps) fix this issue.

Title:#translatable and viewsUntranslatable nodes do not appear in views
Component:Miscellaneous» Code
Category:support» bug
Status:Postponed (maintainer needs more info)» Active

I think I've understood your point now. You are listing contents of multiple content-types in one view, but only nodes of content-types that are enabled for translation are displayed.

This bug is caused by the assumption that all contents that appear in one view are translatable.

I have the same problem. When using views (and translatable), ALL views displays nothing, unless I am displaying the list in default language.

NONE of my nodes are translatable. Only the menus and taxonomy.