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I found this on support.microsoft, hope it helps. P.S: I did not test it. 1.) Open Registry Editor 2.) Expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Shared Tools\Web Server Extensions\12.0 3.) Create a new Key under 12.0 called ServerLanguage 4.) Right-click ServerLanguage, select new String value and give it a name of 1033 Note: 1033 is valid for US ...
You can get all language specific labels provided they are create using correct lcid. See below: Swedish Label term.CreateLabel("hej", 1053, true); English Label term.CreateLabel("hello", 1033, true); term.GetAllLabels(1053); //Get all Swedish labels on a term Also look at CreateTerm(String, Int32, Guid) method which creates a new Term.The name is ...
You can also do: Sys.CultureInfo.CurrentCulture.name Sys.CultureInfo.CurrentCulture is the server CurrentUICulture in JSON. This is created by the page's ScriptManager and to it be available you need to set its property EnableScriptGlobalization to true. I think this is enabled by default in SharePoint.
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