If you're using WP3 nav menu system then the solution is in the link I posted above... (See the post before yours)
ppivec wrote:Okay, this appears to work just fine.
Create a page titled "Home".
Under settings/reading, set Post page to Home, and leave front page to "select" (ie: dont set it).
But , set front page to "static".
Under Appearance/Menus, select Home as the first menu entry (being Home).
Selecting another language and clicking home or the heading stays in that language.
Coming into the page from the base URL, defaults to the Posts page which is "Home" and in the default language.
At least it os working for me
Template Name: Redirect
1. Create a new page in WordPress
2. Add a title to the page (e.g. WooThemes)
3. Add an URL to the content of the page (e.g. http://www.woothemes.com OR woothemes.com OR www.woothemes.com)
4. Select "Redirect" as the page template
header( 'Location: ' . qtrans_convertURL(home_url()) ) ;
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