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EugeniusD80

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Mix up of Lithuanian and Luxembourgian languages
« on: July 06, 2012, 12:46:45 PM »

I have now enabled the language select through the flags on my website: http://photo.eugenios.org/ (version cpg1.5.20)
And I have noticed that for the flag corresponding to Lithuanian language it shows "Luxembourgish / Lietuviškai". When I pressed this flag it switched the language to Luxembourgian.

Somehow I don't seem to have complete language pack installed, so I couldn't check what will happen if I press the flag of Luxembourg.

However making a fast search in Google gave me link to some other person's gallery: http://www.yeralan.org/coppermine/ (don't know which version he is running), which has more language flags displayed, and having same mixed up Lithuanian and Luxembourgian languages.

Btw, I think it should be "Luxembourgian" and not "Luxembourgish" language.

Of course all this can be corrected by users, but I guess it would be better if you fix this in your future updates.

Thanks!
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Αndré

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Re: Mix up of Lithuanian and Luxembourgian languages
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2012, 02:09:26 PM »

Fixed in SVN revision 8460.


I think it should be "Luxembourgian" and not "Luxembourgish" language.
According to my dictionary both can be used.
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EugeniusD80

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Re: Mix up of Lithuanian and Luxembourgian languages
« Reply #2 on: July 06, 2012, 10:16:01 PM »

Thank you for fast response
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