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Right... alle Jahre wieder, as the Germans like to sing at Christmas. Ran an Ubuntu upgrade (with the system language being Scottish Gaelic and above English in the list of language choices in Ubuntu). Installs LO and suddenly I'm back to having LO in English (USA) and Gaelic has gone completely.

Anyone have any ideas of what went pearshaped and whether it's a LO problem (beyond the continuing lack of a decent post-installation language selection option) or an Ubuntu problem in case I need to file a bug?

Most fixes on the web just talk about setting the system-wide language settings.



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