If the locale is unsupported VBA will install English, but not otherwise. So if the user locale is set to Dutch (Belgian), VBA localised English wil install, but VBA Dutch will not. If the user locale is Dutch (standard), VBA English will not install, but VBA Dutch will (tested on 2000 and 98).
It's heads you lose and tails you lose, since ISWI moans about including two sets of locaiised modules.
Anyone know a workround? Can I, for instance, hack the msm files and remove the language ID in the File Table? Or can I ignore the ISWI warnings, and condition stuff so that only one set of merge modules is used?
Help wd be much appreciated as I have a major user in Belgium threatening murder if he doesn't get a fix yesterday. (Users don't respond well to being asked to change their locale variants). And the same problem is going to apply to German and French (at least).