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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] LibreOffice Berber translation


Berber is a new locale, isn't it? Interesting though, are you encoding in Tifinagh or Latin, and also, I believe there are three main varieties: Northern, Eastern or Tuareg? Which of these three are you working with and/or which sub-language?

Michael

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