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Just had another surreal run in with the installer. I have a desktop (Win 7 English, German default keyboard) and a laptop (Win 8, Scots Gaelic language pack, English UK Extended as default keyboard). Both had LO (Gaelic UI) installed. After update, choosing "Default install based on my current blabla", my desktop sure enough did come up with the goods. My laptop on the other hand decided on going for English. When I checked the language settings, it had installed English, English UK and English South Africa. Seriously? South Africa? Just where is that coming from?

German keyboard because I prefer it, even on an English machine. English UK on the laptop because what Microsoft thinks a Gaelic user wants on a keyboard is far far away from reality. That's just the way reality works in a multilingual setting :)


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