Which language is that?

Community Beginner ,
Dec 14, 2016

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Hello, Adobe Expert?  I was browsing your Product Licenses & Terms of UseImpressive is that it has a-whopping 304 pages!

But I feel a-mite Disappointed in-that you fail to identify _each_ language.  I as-one, would like to know!  Thank you.  🙂

P. S.  I feel so-happy to write in colors.  Doing such-an easy task gives me time to think about what I have written!

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Engaged , Jan 09, 2017
whatalotofrubbish Engaged , Jan 09, 2017
They have lots and lots of money for lawyers to produce such terms and conditions.If you are a wide target like Adobe, you have to guard your back.You are probably the first person to have read the terms. Multilingual as well I see. Usually people just sign them as they won't get the service without doing so. I never read them at all, and I bet most don't.I have found over the last 40 years of programming, that sites with small sets of terms are usually better than the ones with large ones. Not ...

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LEGEND ,
Dec 14, 2016

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Not sure what you are asking?

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Dec 15, 2016

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Please re-read the context, here:

 

  Re: Which language is that?

   Brad Lawryk Adobe Community Professional & MVP

 

  

  

Not sure what you are asking?

Simply I wonder what is the Name of each Language.  For example, which is French, German, Boer, et cetera?  Thank you, Brad.

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Most Valuable Participant ,
Dec 18, 2016

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Copy a few lines into https://translate.google.com/  which I think will tell you the language

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Dec 19, 2016

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Dear John T. Smith,

Copy a few lines into https://translate.google.com/ which I think will tell you the language

I prefer to just read which language it is. Simple Curiosity!

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Engaged ,
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They have lots and lots of money for lawyers to produce such terms and conditions.

If you are a wide target like Adobe, you have to guard your back.

You are probably the first person to have read the terms. Multilingual as well I see. Usually people just sign them as they won't get the service without doing so. I never read them at all, and I bet most don't.

I have found over the last 40 years of programming, that sites with small sets of terms are usually better than the ones with large ones. Not always true of course.

Horses for courses what!

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