I am experiencing similar issue Marcus Andersson described on this thread.
Having at least two translations of a page (sv, en), after creating a short link for multiple translations of the same page all short links redirects to main version (sv) of the page. Is there anything can be done so that the short links are redirected to their respective languages. Here's a sample of what happens today:
Is there any way to achieve the above behavior? Basically, I do not want to specify culture in the URL when using shortcodes.
I have experienced the same thing. Have you found anything more about it?
Also having this problem, anyone got any solution?
Our problem was based on a custom logic we were applying to XhtmlString before rendering it. If you have a similar logic and experiencing this problem, I can try to explain what caused the error.
this sounds like very much to be fixed by epi.
Yes Valdis, it is propably a big work.For us the customer wanted to have the exact same simple address for all language and the system does not scream when doing so but all is redirected to the main language
You could try to set applicationSetting strictLanguageRouting=false (see https://world.episerver.com/blogs/Johan-Bjornfot/Dates1/2014/9/Changes-in-simple-address-routing/)