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#1 MorZilla


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Posted 07 February 2006 - 08:01 PM

Actually, Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird are released with two Spanish locales: es-ES and es-AR. es-ES means Spanish from Spain, and es-AR means Spanish from Argentina. This last locale is used in Latin America. There is a es-CL (Chile) locale for users from this country.

Any Spanish Firefox can read es-ES, es-CL, and es-AR, but these locales use a different vocabulary. es-AR and es-CL locales were created to have a more comfortable content for its users, because a Spanish guy does not talk exactly like an Argentine, a Chilean, or a Mexican do.

But all these locale are "es" (Spanish). So, anyone who speak Spanish is able to understand both Latinamerican and European Spanish.

SeaMonkey and NVU have not a es-AR locale, so only the es-ES locale is needed.

I've put this text to help extension developers who want to translate their addons into Spanish. If you have any doubt, just post it here.
Boca means Passion
Boca means Love
Boca means Champion

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