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I often find the name of the Adobe software and "LS4" or "LS16" next to it. What does it mean?

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I think it's the region/language code. I don't think Adobe themselves use it in their marketing but, rather, it's something that you see more on file sharing sites. –  DA01 May 8 '12 at 17:32
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This is the Language Selection that the package has.

LS4 contains:

  • Deutsch - German
  • Español - Spanish
  • Español América Latina - Spanish
  • Français Canadien - French
  • Français - French
  • Italiano - Italian
  • Nederlands - Dutch
  • Português do Brasil - Brazilian Portuguese
  • Svenska - Swedish

LS16 has:

  • English
  • Japanese (not sure)
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