When converting data between tbx and termbases, some languages can change. This is because MultiTerm languages are partly proprietary, since they were created before Windows supported them. See below for a list of affected languages. For example MultiTerm represents Spanish (Modern Sort) as ES-EM, and Spanish (Traditional Sort) as ES-ES, while tbx's ISO strings represent Spanish (Modern Sort) as es-ES. Therefore if you start with a termbase with different indices for ES-ES and ES-EM in MultiTerm, the tbx file would represent both of them as es-ES.


Language Name

Language Code

ISO Code

Azeri (Cyrillic)

AZ-CY

az

Azeri (Latin)

AZ-LT

az

Bosnian (Latin, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

SH-B2

bs-BA

Bosnian

SH-B2

bs

Croatian (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

SH-B1

hr-BA

Croatian (Croatia)

SH-HR

hr-HR

Croatian

SH-HR

hr

Divehi

DIV

dv

Hebrew

IW

he

Korean (Johab)

KO-JH

ko

Korean (Korea)

KO-KR

ko

Norwegian (Bokmal)

NO-NO

nb

Norwegian (Nynorsk)

NO-NY

nn-NO

Scottish Gaelic

GA-CT

gd

Serbian (Cyrillic)

SH-YU

sr-SP

Serbian (Cyrillic, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

SH-B4

sr-BA

Serbian (Latin)

SH-SR

sr-SP

Serbian (Latin, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

SH-B3

sr-BA

Sorbian

SO

hsb

Spanish (Modern Sort)

ES-EM

es-ES

Spanish (Spain)

ES-ES

es-ES

Uzbek (Cyrillic)

UZ-CY

uz

Uzbek (Latin)

UZ-LT

uz



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