On Sunday 12 June 2005 22:16, Christian Perrier wrote: > Maybe add that, in difference with choosing English, this will result > in a system with no localisation at all and the locales package not > being installed. Added. > "If you selected a language which has more than one country associated > with it (true for Chinese, English, French, and many other languages), > you will next be asked to select a country." > > Maybe remove the "True for....". This gives more importance to some > languages over others, which is not really appropriate. I agree. We should replace French by, eh let's say, Dutch to also get a "small" language in ;-) > The real condition is "if you choose a language for which more than > one country has a supported locale"...but that's maybe too technical. OK. I've changed it to: If you selected a language that is recognized as an official language for more than one country, you will next be asked to select a country. If you choose Other at the bottom of the list, you will be presented with a list of all countries, grouped by continent. If the language has only one country associated with it, that country will be selected automatically. The footnote  has: In technical terms: where multiple locales exist for that language with differing country codes. Thanks Christian.
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