Adobe has never discontinued any previous supported language.
Maybe that you have installed Basque from a different source, as there are Open Office Dictionaries you can install as also additional providers for other languages.
Thanks for the fast answer but I think that in this case you are wrong. The question is that in previous versions you were able to find basque language as a native indesign supported one (I mean, inside of character panel). So you could choose basque as a language to have well done word partitions. But if you open CC version, basque has disappeared.
Anyway, I'm looking the choice of installing basque as an additional provider from Open Office dictionaries in relation with the Hunspell partition mode following this tutorial:
I will tell you...
Thanks for all!
InDesign has a native Catalan dictionary, but I see no evidence it ever had something labelled Basque.
I looked into my older versions, none of them had Basque. ¿Cual versión has installado? ¿InDesign Español u Inglés?
Maybe as "Vasco"? It was the spanish version…
The language would appear in its localized name, here in German I would read “Baskisch”. My question regarding the language, you have installed is, because, if I run the installer with other languages additionally I get also languages installed with importance to that version. Eg if I run English with Arabic support, I get additional Arabic and Farsi.