Fallback languages

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It was always possible in LingoHub to use the source content as a fallback content when a translation was missing. With the new release, we took this concept further and made it much more flexible. Now you can set any language for any language as a fallback. Further, you can even chain your fallback languages!

E.g. German (Austria) “de-AT” uses as a fallback the German translations “de”, German, on the other hand, uses the source language English “en” as a fallback. When a “de-AT” text segment is empty, LingoHub checks if “de” provides a content that can be used (not empty), otherwise it uses the content from “en”.

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