3.6. Hide module. Set to Yes in order to hide module from logged in users. Set to No in order to show module to logged in users. This is necessary to save translation quota.
I'm not able to understand when it is useful, Please, Can you explain with some examples ?
I suppose you write that "is necessary to save translation quota" because if the logged user cannot change the language (beacuse there the language module switcher is hided), but, this mean that the Lanuage Module Switcher is connected with the standard Joomla User Language selector ?
Let me explain with an example:
- Joomla default frontend site language English
- I'm not logged and I select Spanish in module
- I register, on my registration page I can select my frontend language (Joomla): I set Italian -> here I would be able to find all the SEF Translate automatic / Joomla manually languages
- When I Login the setted User Profile Language is shown by default for the user (Italian in this case)
- Where: the Language selector Module can be hided because the Logged in user can/have to change his language in his Profile...
Please, Is it working in this way ?