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Hello, I did as you instructed and it did not add the "multilingual options" configuration section to the menu you are creating.
Menu Translation was enabled, so I disabled it and cleared the cache.
I then enabled Menu Translation and after that ran the update script.
Going to add menu the "multilingual options" value is not there.
Just to see if it ever is there I installed a new drupal 7 (fresh copy) and installed views2/internationalization.
Now that option for "multilingual options" is added to the "add menu" page.
Oiiii veh.
Considering using the new site to make sure my menus are translatable, then installing all my other modules I had for my old site, and adding all views/content types. Would love it if you had some other non tedious path for me to try to tread first...Any other ideas?
(ps: thanks for helping me)

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