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Could the native representation of the language be included as a column in this table? It would be nice to be able to lookup which languages are supported by clicking the Languages left header of the Languages bar. (I was trying to figure out if there was a Finnish translation of a page & did not know that I should be looking for 'suomi')
- use square brackets so as not to clash with Language names that include brackets in description!
I tried the square brackets but they became visually confusing with the non-latin glyphs & the external link symbol. Reverted to a linebreak with hotlink
The following were 'best guess' and need confirmation by native speakers. I did not immediately see a way to find representative pages where they could be copied from the language bar.
<br />[https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Arabic اَلْعَرَبِيَّةُ] <br />[https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Breton_language brezhoneg] <br />[https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Greek_language Ελληνικά Elliniká Ἑλληνική] <br />[https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Esperanto Esperanto] <br />[https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_language Gaeilge] <br />[https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Croatian_language hrvatski] <br />[https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Hungarian_language magyar nyelv] <br />[https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Icelandic_language íslenska] <br />[https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Brazilian_Portuguese português brasileiro] <br />[https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Romanian_language limba română] <br />[https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Serbian_language српски језик] <br />[https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkish_language Türkçe] <br />[https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Ukrainian_language українська мова] <br />[https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Vietnamese_language Tiếng Việt]
wikipedia lookups didn't give enough of a hint to even guess at these:
Chinese (Hong Kong)