to get the default language of Windows, you can use the function
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It Gets the three letter abbreviation of the System Default language of
the Windows User Interface.
:Returns String Returns a string containing the three letter
abbreviation of the System Default language of the Windows User Interface.
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On 1/2/2021 10:07 AM, Chris Nestrud wrote:
What about the GetJFWLang function:
Gets the three letter abbreviation of the JAWS Language that is
currently in use. This is the language of the resource DLLs that are
loaded by JAWS. This is not necessarily the same as the current speech
On Fri, Jan 01, 2021 at 08:35:43PM +0100, Arkadiusz ??wi??tnicki wrote:
I have stopped using JFW actively as my main screenreader, but I still greatly love and respect this software (no, I don't use NVDA).
I am writing a script for JAWS which might be very useful for some people, but some stuff in it must be language dependent unfortunately. Is there a way I can get the JAWS language via script or better yet, a language of Windows? I know there is a scripting list somewhere, but I ask here since it is a relatively simple question.