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    Constantinos Costa

    Section 1.6 - Updated:

    DISNEY (DVD only): 40 characters per line (32 for all uppercase)

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    Constantinos Costa

    7/15/19 - Section 10: Added language defining a pause as 1 second or more.

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    Constantinos Costa

    2/1/21 - Updated 11.2

    ALULA Match Localization Library entry if provided, otherwise Sentence case.

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    Fady Gabr

    Hello,

    The treatment for time in the "number, time and currency" section is not mentioned.
    Is it the universal i.e 08:15 or 11:30 and so on? Or is there a different way in the Norwegian language?

    Kindly please advice

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    Aleksander Soleim

    Both period (08.15) and colon (08:15) can be used in Norwegian, though the period is probably more common (including among Pixelogic translators).

    https://www.sprakradet.no/sprakhjelp/Skriveregler/Dato/#klokkeslett

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