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No "Translate to" anymore

You do use TYPO3 nice language features. If you copy content to a new language you don't like the term "Translate to" in the title of content elements and want to disable it.

You can change this in TCA. Find

$TCA['tt_content']['columns']['header']['l10n_mode'] = 'prefixLangTitle';
$TCA['tt_content']['columns']['bodytext']['l10n_mode'] = 'prefixLangTitle';

Change it to

$TCA['tt_content']['columns']['header']['l10n_mode'] = '';
$TCA['tt_content']['columns']['bodytext']['l10n_mode'] = '';

So in the header and bodytext the terms "Translate to" aren't shown anymore.

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      Kosmi Kotalia

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    Kosmi Kotalia

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    Repost Reply 39 minits ago

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