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June 1, 2007, 11:38 pm
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browsers. All browsers are in Dutch. When I execute the following:
The result is as follows:
IE: es-us (!!!!!!)
I mean, how in earth does the Dutch version of IE claims that Spanish
is the preferential language? I live in South America, so my regional
settings in the configuration panel of XP is set to Spanish(Peru), but
I cannot find the reason why IE would look to that setting.
Anyone here to explain me why IE handles this very simple routine in a
different way than Opera and FireFox?
Re: How is HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE header interpreted?
Thanks! That seemed to have done the trick, but still it would be
better for IE to look at its own language rather than determining it
according to the regional settings. I know, I am located in South
America, so I've selected that in the regional settings, but that does
not automatically mean I want the same for my browser. Anyway, thanks
again for your help!