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Thanks for the great guide!

I've done this and everything is right, except that I have problems with setting my custom homepage to be multilingual. After I set in /admin/config/system/site-information the "Default front page" URL slug to be the one I want (which has the same URL slug for all three languages, just the language prefix differs), Drupal automatically chooses the "node"-type of this page's URL slug and thus I have just one language version of the homepage in all three languages.

Am I clear enough and can you help me here?

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