In my space, I have about 50% of the content translated to 6 languages + English being the 'source' language. I don't need to translate the remaining half.
Is there a way to use the Include macro (or similar) to include the English version content on the, say, French page?
The idea is to:
a) allow the user to remain in their language version so they don't have to switch to English to see the content.
b) avoid using English text in place of the translated text (doing that would create massive overhead for updates etc.).
The Include macro cannot be used in that content and I'm pretty sure Cached Inclusion doesn't work like that either.
Any idea or suggestion will do.
Thanks a lot.
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