Am 17.03.10 12:33, schrieb Mojca Miklavec:
I know, but it's up to Michael to choose the names for his scheme. It's not very wise to override existing comands anyway; and almost any two-letter could could be taken for language switching. (\sl should stand for Slovenian, though it has a lower priority than font switching.)
You loose the language shortcut but you're still able to change hyphenation patterns with \language[...], that's not possible with references.
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