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I downloaded UK English (which only covers the nuances between UK and US English), but is there a complete file which allows us to add the locale information we need?
It may be an odd request, but I bought over a Scottish football forum (onlyanexcuse.com) and i'm trying to offer users the option of Scots - not entirely necessary, but i'm learning the new forum platform with it. With the referendum polls opening today, these little things are a nice compliment to add. Everyone's curious about Scotland all of a sudden. So far i've managed to convert the basics into Scots.
Scots does look like a 'slang' version of English (and it is in my view) but it is a recognised language here (for some reason more people claim to speak it here than Gaelic yet all train stops have that, which is bewildering - you can fill any of Glasgow's football stadia with the entire population of Gaelic speakers!), but for such a forum I feel it is a nice touch to add. I have a friend who is fluent in Scottish & Irish Gaelic and i've asked him to help me make a couple more locales too - i'm learning Gaelic as we speak! But in the meantime I thought Scots would be a good way to familiarise myself with how this part of Vanilla works. If it isn't seen as required in your locales area that would be entirely understandable, however i'm doing this for local and educational value more than anything; and if our users like it they have that option. So:
Which of all the current locales are the most comprehensive to easily type in new definitions?
Secondly do users have control over locales? If not, can they have?