Not a bad idea, I will add my location.nbache wrote:This is one of the reasons why it would be really useful if people would enter their "Location" in their forum profiles on the various Amiga fora ...
(I do realize that country and locale are not always related.)
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The variants with the € symbol use the same catalogs as the ones without; their only purpose in the list in Locale prefs is to make it possible to select the system charset.Amigo1 wrote:The locale is English. The mishap appears to be the same for "english", "british english", british english (€) and english (€)
As for English and British English, only a few catalogs have been created in special cases where a string needed to override the builtin (us english) one. And as far as I can tell, unarc is not one of them.
So the problem does indeed seem to be with the program itself and its builtin strings, not with a catalog. (It could theoretically be fixed by adding a catalog with the corrected string, but that would be silly.)