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I have been trying to create an English (UK)-Croatian (HR) glossary in SDL MultiTerm.
Unfortunately, it would appear that the code that SDL Multiterm uses to identify Croatian is an outdated SH-HR and not HR-HR.
I have been searching on the Internet and the closest I have got to an explanation is that the ISO code that is used with a particular language actually depends on the operating system. Is it really so, or is there anything I can do about this?
Thanks for your help.
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