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Detecting Active Flash Language


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Hi All,

I have a query in Flash on Mac.

Lets say if user has 2 flash languages on MAC like Flash 8 ball in german and flash 8 ball in english in same location then how can we detect that which flash language is active. Can we get any information from info.plist file.

My next question is how to switch between 2 flash languages.

Thanks in Advance,
Shridhar K
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