Re: Trouble with diaresis and ssharp key
>> Shouldn't it be de_DE?
>Not sure, though I believe that ES (caps) stands for ESPAN~OL, whereas es
>(non-caps) is standard for... whatever, thus es_DE, es_EN,...
The first part is the language and the second part is the country; so
we get en_US or en_GB for American and British English.
es_DE would mean Spanish as spoken in Germany.
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