Yes, I would like to have fi-FI, no-NO etc. even though there is only one region for those languages. I would basically like to have all the combinations that are available from the official subtag registry:
and here’s an app for searching that text-based file
and for completeness - the official docs:
if you search for “fi-fi” in the app it will tell you:
OK! The language tag fi-fi is well-formed and the subtags are valid IANA subtags, however, you should check the comments related to usage below.
Warning: Check that the region subtag FI contributes information needed to distinguish this language tag from another one, otherwise leave it out.
For example, en-GB can be useful for spell-checking, but the region subtag in ja-JP is unlikely to be useful unless you are intentionally contrasting it with Japanese spoken in other parts of the world.
Actually I agree with this but for structuring purposes or any other use case that you might have the best option is to list both fi and fi-FI.
So what I’m suggesting is the following change to Squidex if possible:
In the language list you see “fi” for finnish.
And what I would like to see in the language list instead:
i.e. BOTH variations. Because they are both valid.
Hope it’s a little bit clearer now.