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#1 David Leighton

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Posted 20 November 2006 - 03:01 PM

I am aware that as far as I can tell all the modules are in American English. Living in the UK this can be a little annoying it times.

I was wondering if consideration have been made to producing some modules in British English?

I was further, wondering if there was much call for this? Am I in the minority?

P.S. it is a great product.

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Posted 28 November 2006 - 08:20 AM

There has been a call for this before, but not sufficient to make it economically feasible, even if we could get separate etexts. I am British, and after many years I still cringe at the spellings, so you do have my sympathy.

The Revised English Bible does use British spelling, as do the KJV and NJB, and the older translations Douay, Geneva, Bishops, Darby, Weymouth and Young (I just searched for honour).
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