The 'NO' l10n version of SUMO has a few "untranslatable" strings, notably those on the SUMO login page. When accessing http://support.mozilla.com/tiki-login_scr.php in Firefox, the strings "Username:" and "Password:" are in english. When accessing it with Internet Explorer, they are displayed as translated. I have tracked this down to being an Accept-Language issue, i.e.: This will show correct output "Brukernavn:" (note: Using only 'no' as accept-lang, as Internet Explorer does): wget -q -O- --header="Accept-Language: no,en-us,en;q=0.5" http://support.mozilla.com/tiki-login_scr.php | grep login-user This will show incorrect output "Username:" (note: Using 'nb-no' as preferred locale): wget -q -O- --header="Accept-Language: nb-no,no,en-us,en;q=0.5" http://support.mozilla.com/tiki-login_scr.php | grep login-user Can SUMO be modified to not recognize 'nb-NO' Accept-Language, and instead fall back to NO? (nb-NO is supposed to be removed from SUMO, as a result of bug 426853)
Not sure but I think this is a Tiki thing, and not a server setup issue. Nelson or LP, could you take a look? Assigning this to the 0.7 milestone.
I think this might be because lang/nb-NO is still in SVN and has to be completely removed. I'll test it.
Is this ok now? I notice though, that Firefox 3 lists [nb] and [nn] as separate languages -- this makes it not possible to fall back those to [no] unless we code in some aliasing for that.
This works fine now. Thanks! Resolving to fixed; assuming that was the case. :-)
Verified per comment 4.