I'm experiencing the following, which may or may not be by design;
Am I missing something here? I would assume that the block should not show, as it is not available in the correct language.
If you set culturespecific attribute on the content area you shouldn't see any block. If you are missing that attribute then the content area will be shared between languages so it will have a Norwegian block there and whether to display it should depend on fallback and replacement language I guess.
Thank you for your reply.
I think I need to rephrase my question. The behavior I'm describing will only happen when in edit-mode. In view-mode the untranslated blocks are not shown, so that's fine.
However, this is a bit confusing for the client. What I'd like is to hide untranslated content for the current language - also when in edit-mode.
Tried the edit setting for hiding content not in current language?
That solved the opposite problem for me :)
I think that setting only affects the page tree? It does not seem to make any difference for how the page content is rendered in the Preview-window.