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Greeks demand local Apple support

Erica Sadun, @ericasadun
November 28, 2006
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Macworld reports that Greek Mac users want a greater Apple presence--and an official Greek localization. They feel neglected and overlooked despite their fondness for Macintoshes.

The aptly named WeWantAppleGreece.com has sprung up to help fill the support gap.

The group offers both Hellenic localization and greek fonts under the GNU general public license. They've also started a e-mail protest campaign to demand that Apple "treat your Greek clients and end consumers equally to the rest of the Europeans".

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