Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 2nd Feb 2012 11:26 UTC
Mac OS X Apple has released Mac OS X Lion 10.7.3 (by far Apple's most inelegant product name). It's a whole bunch of under-the-hood stuff, mostly bug fixes. It adds support for Catalan, Croatian, Greek, Hebrew, Romanian, Slovak, Thai, and Ukrainian. It's all in Software Update.
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RE: Greek support
by David on Thu 2nd Feb 2012 23:55 UTC in reply to "Greek support"
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My guess is that it wasn't supported in Lion until this release.

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RE[2]: Greek support
by moondevil on Fri 3rd Feb 2012 11:05 in reply to "RE: Greek support"
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The thing is that I already saw Mac OS X being used in Greek as I go quite often to Greece, hence my question.

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RE[2]: Greek support
by zima on Thu 9th Feb 2012 22:22 in reply to "RE: Greek support"
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My guess is that late language support would be also a fairly reliable indicator which markets Apple considers fairly unimportant, which have low to marginal OSX uptake.

Quickly going through Statcounter stats of places most strongly associated with the added languages seems to confirm it (I'm a bit surprised Israel is low; oh well, long time relative prosperity is not the only factor of Apple adoption ...and actually, some classic stereotypes could fit - say, about frugality and general higher thoughtfulness in regard to purchases ;p )

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