Hi, > This assumes of course that each user has set his/her environment accordingly. > How to do that depends exactly on the operating system. For example on > GNU/Linux > if you wanted German output you would put a command like "export > LANG=de_DE.utf8" > in your .profile - Other systems have different ways of setting users' > languages - if > you are using a different system, then you need to read the manual for your > operating > system to find out how to do this.
Just an idea - maybe it will be good feature that user will be able to set preferred language by himself inn PSPP. Maybe something under PSPP options? Regards, M. -- PGP Fingerprint: EBA8 0F17 24C4 17EA C4D2 2222 01B8 BBC8 FBF6 FFAD PGP Key: https://keyserver.ubuntu.com/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x01B8BBC8FBF6FFAD Personal blog: https://telefoncek.si
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