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I get confused by the Italiano and Español "Software" and "Hardware" sub-forums since the unread posts list only shows one level of forum:  "in Hardware" or "in Software".  It would help me if these could be re-named to:

Español->Software(spa)
Español->Hardware(spa)
Italiano->Software(ita)
Italiano->Hardware(ita)

And similarly for other languages with "Hardware" or "Software" sub-forums.

See the ISO639-2 standard for a list of standardized 3-letter language codes:
http://www.loc.gov/standards/iso639-2/php/code_list.php
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Same here - often jump into an interesting title looking thread, only to jump right out again! Sometimes I do translate them and dig in anyways, but not often.
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Yes I would agree, you can't always tell what language they are in. This increases the load on the web site unnecessarily.
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