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I have a super strange problem.

I've created three locales: de fr en

I've set up all the necessary steps for a multi language config and everything works fine.

Except in the en locale I get a Variable "xyz" does not exist.

de and fr work just fine but english does not.

The variable is a global field. If I strip my templates from all globals it's working fine.

Otherwise each and every global field throws the Variable does not exist error in the en locale. How is that even possible when the other locales work just fine?

I' cant access the en globals in the control panel. Error: url not found. I guess this is a routing problem.

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If found the issue.

I didn't specify define('CRAFT_LOCALE', 'de'); in the root index.php.

It doesnt suffice to create en fr folders and specify define('CRAFT_LOCALE', 'xx'); there.

  • I'll leave it as an answer because this is so easy to miss. – KSPR Sep 10 '15 at 7:58

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