This is an expected behaviour. When frontend and backend languages differ, your site will be multilingual. You need to set the backend language to be the same as the frontend (German for example) for your site to be monolingual.Regards,
You have made some good points there, so i have logged this intro our system for fixing. You can follow the progress in our PITS as well as vote to increase its popularity. Your Telerik points have been modified accordingly.Regards,
Is there a PITS for this.
Still think it is strange for customers to be aske if they want to delete all language versions in a one language site.