You could use the T.force([languages]) in your models.py or then at begin 
file put {{T.force(language)}}

Em domingo, 16 de outubro de 2016 14:26:09 UTC-2, Najtsirk escreveu:
>
> Hi,
>
> ia have in routes.py:
>
>
> routers = dict(
>
>     # base router
>     BASE=dict(
>         default_application='app',
>     ),
>     app=dict(languages=['en', 'it'], default_language='en')
> )
>
>
> So this works just fine. If I go to my app: http://localhost:8000/app I 
> see English site and if I go to http://localhost:8000/app/it is see 
> Italian.
>
> But how can I force language in URLs? So that url will always show 
> http://localhost:8000/app/en or http://localhost:8000/app/it and not 
> http://localhost:8000/app ?
>
> Is there a web2py way of doing it or this is possible just with writing 
> custom logic?
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
> K.
>

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