Well I dont know if I understood well, but for me it worked well in 4 languages site.
I’ve created a set of Custom Fields in my main language, but than had to translate this set for the other 3 languages.
Initially I forgot to translate a few fields on the Spanish set, so when I was doing the post translation to Spanish there where some things missing.
But I have other problem. Two of my Advanced Custom Fields are checkboxes populated by taxonomies. The thing is that there is taxonomy of ‘materials’, and some of the material have the same name in all the 4 languages. Things like ‘PVC’. In cases like this WPML adds ‘@en’, ‘@fr’, ‘@es’ in front of the taxonomy term. If I use some WordPress function to list the taxonomy terms the ‘@**” are filtered out… but everything that gets displayed by the ACF functions show those ‘@**’… Can someone help me on this?
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