Is there a way show user that the content has been automatically translated?

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Instead of setting an integer field, create a text field called original language or source language. Use Rules to store the language code of the source language when the node is created. That way the value of the field is correct regardless of which language the user is viewing the node.

You can then compare the source language of the node with the user's current language and display a message if they do not match.

Tags: Rules / I18n L10n

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