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Old 11-05-2012, 09:27 AM   #2
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Apparently Mobipocket didn't distinguish between Latin Serbian and Cyrillic Serbian and "sr" defaulted to "sr-cyrl". I.e. Cyrillic letters.

What you can try to do is open your dictionary with the Java Mobi Metadata Editor and double-check the actual dictionary input language and change it to "sr-latn" or "sr-cyrl".

BTW, even if your dictionary shows up as a Croatian dictionary it should still work as long as your Serbian books have the same language code as the dictionary input language code. (The main dictionary document language is irrelevant.)
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