Frank Peelo wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 12:30 AM, Sean Mac Suibhne
> <seanmac2007 at eircom.net>
>>> Does Ubuntu have an Irish language interface yet?
>> I use Mandrivas Gaeilge interface. I dont know of any other distro that
>> has an Irish language interface. Id be interested if there are any
>> Mandriva 2008.0 was funny. I asked for both Gaeilge and UK English to
> be installed, for a laugh. It got confused; I think the dialogue I got
> after installation, asking me whether I wanted to be in Mandriva Club
> or something, was in Russian (but I'm not sure because I don't know
> Russian. Might have been Irish in a Cyrillic font).
>> After that, programs had some menu items in Irish and some in English.
>sounds more like the interface was written using an incompatible font
code page or something, so probably was as gaeilge but in eastern
European ISO or some weird font set :)
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