Presently the scrolling list for the available languages of a wiki page is not visually very enticing. A list of buttons for available languages would visually entice to multilingual browsing, and would mean one click less for the locutor of an available language.
Also the inclusion of "Translate" in that list can be seen as a good idea, but you could also argue that "Translate" must only be a button at the bottom of the page, because after all it is a sort of editing too.
Thus browsing by the top icons, for users with read permission, and editing through the bottom button, for users with edit permission, are better separated.
Make optional the display of a list of buttons on top for available languages, following the pattern of some European Union websites. They use a scrolling list for general info pages, but buttons for document pages :
Keep for Translate only the bottom button.
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