harshad behere, on 2008-04-10:
> I also found workaound for MSIE behaviour, include heading call 
> "X-Is-Fallback-For: ?????\n" in your .po file. For e.g - 
> "X-Is-Fallback-For: de-de\n".

Ah yes, that is the correct solution here indeed.

> After making change  and updating sample page template - (English as 
> primary language for both browsers)
>
><html>
><body>
> English -
><span i18n:domain="English" i18n:translate="">
> Reload this catalog
></span>
><br>
> German -
><span i18n:domain="Germany" i18n:translate="">
> Reload this catalog
></span>
><br>
> Czech -
><span i18n:domain="Czech" i18n:translate="">
> Reload this catalog
></span>
><br>
></body>
></html>

Huh? You now state languages in the i18n domain.  Don't you mean to
make this three times the same domain and then perhaps add the
i18n:target en/de/cs?

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