So why they complicate things ! i don't think there is a technical limit in this field,
also, another thing, when i work with foreign clients, i should have the Archicad library in their language, For exemple, i use FRA version, and i often need GER or INT libraries to open files correctly, for that i download the INT installer , install it JUST TO COPY THE LIBRARY FOLDER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! it's a huge mess....
At least they can start with translation pack's in Archicad settings. Maybe some companies no need localised version they just use it because different language, so they could use INT version at least.
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@Barry Kelly I have a perpetual license that I could use for all language versions. I already tested that with the Brazilian, Portugal, French, Spanish, Japanese, Australian versions, etc. two years ago. Maybe, actually, it's no longer possible.
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FRA-users are not updating to the latest version because POR doesn't get its release. FRA-users can update and POR-users can use INT until they get their own update and then go back to POR if they want to.
[If the project was started on a FRA template, it is using the FRA attributes —which they will want to stick to, nobody would want to have French and Portuguese versions of the same attribute on the model. That's what I meant by 'FRA-project'.]