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For entries where the content isn't translated yet I'd like to add a "Sorry not translated yet" message.

Since all the content is synced is there a way to check if the synced content is the same as in the other locales?

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You could try adding something like the following to the end of your template. This is assuming you only have 2 locales.

{# test for the current entry locale (i.e. spanish) #}
{% if entry.locale = 'es' %}

    {# retrieve the same entry in the original locale #}
    {% set localizedEntry = craft.entries.id(entry.id).locale('en') %}

    {# compare the body content, and append additional content #}
    {% if localizedEntry[0].body == entry.body %}
        Sorry, not translated yet.
    {% endif %}

{% endif %}
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  • Cool. Could you explain what is exactly happening here? What does [0] do? – KSPR Oct 8 '14 at 9:16
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    craft.entries returns an ElementCriteriaModel that essentially acts like an array of entries, even if it only has 1 entry. [0] or .first returns the first item in the array. – Douglas McDonald Oct 8 '14 at 9:22
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    In this case, you could also use: {% set localizedEntry = craft.entries.id(entry.id).locale('en').first %} and then wouldn't need the [0] in the if statement. – Douglas McDonald Oct 8 '14 at 9:24

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