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Hi alfiejs. The only solutions I can come up with is to either change the project's language setting before you compile or use build tags to include/exclude different spellings of a word. Either way would produce different output files with the correct spelling for the user. Not sure this is much help!!
Is is possible for the end user to change the robohhre.lng file and html files themselves? (Although this is an easy way out).
Also, upon further instructions from the powers that be, "We need to make sure that depending on the browser locale setting it will dynamically pull the appropriate languages help file, and fall back to the second/third language choice if unavailable."
Is this scenario possible? As the application it is for checks the browser locale and chooses an appropriate language.
Who looks after the project source? You? If not, then technically they could change the language file but they would need a RH licence in order to generate the project output. I'd advise you not to go changing HTML files outside of RH unless you are absolutely 100% sure that those doing the editing know what they are doing. In any case in this scenario, the number of different HTML files that may required editing would negate this solution.