25
May
07

Cancelling or Canceling?

cancellingWhich is it?

I would have thought that if I choose Australian English as the language for Windows Vista that the error and dialog messages would be in my language as well. I am sure if I choose French I would not get US English in the dialogs. Strike against Vista!

Stuff like this really bugs me!

It still doesn’t mean I want Linux though – (actually, do they do the same?)

Now, I do know that Office 2007 has Australian words in it’s dictionary – some that are included are – G’day, Sickie, Ute, Trackies, Bogan, Dag, Sheila, Wuss, Uluru, Galah, Jackaroo, Dob, Bonza, Cockie, Dinky-di, Ugg, Waratah, Ironman, Ridgy-didge, Bradman. I guess it’s a start.

I am adding this just to see if Google will start indexing them.

http://allotherstuff.wordpress.com/

http://changevistashutdownbutton.blogspot.com/

http://goodfreerpggames.blogspot.com/

http://goodpaul.blogspot.com/

http://japaneseicecream.blogspot.com/

http://squizzed.blogspot.com/

http://greatclassicmovies.blogspot.com/


3 Responses to “Cancelling or Canceling?”


  1. May 25, 2007 at 9:23 pm

    lol, that sucks. I’m actually using ubuntu now and I’m actually surprised at how good it is.

  2. May 26, 2007 at 4:19 am

    Ooh, you’ve broken your blog with those rough Australian words 😉

    This has been an issue with Microshit stuff for a while hasn’t it? You can have Windows set to one language and Word to another and get all sorts of fun suggestions.


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