Language is not US but UK
British Flag not American.
Thanks for submitting your idea. It will be implemented in case it will get much voices. We must admit that many users got used to American flag, so British flag may confuse them a little bit.
Emese Ban commented
If your source language is en_GB, you should have the UK flag, if it is en_US it should be the US one, same for target.
Wolfgang Slany commented
My two cents: languages and flags in many cases are in many-to-many relationships. For instance, German is the main language in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. In Switzerland, there are at least three official languages, German, French, and Italian. And so on and on, e.g., for French, Spanish, English, Chinese, etc. The best (and easiest to implement) solution IMHO is to make the flags optional, though keeping them turned on for already existing projects is probably a good ideas so that nothing changes for these projects unless an admin changes the setting to hide the flags. Also see https://crowdin.uservoice.com/forums/31787-collaborative-translation-tool/suggestions/30997264-no-country-flags-next-to-language-names-in-overvie --- this should be very easy from an implementation point of view, and avoid any issues with flag-languages mismachtes in the future --- kind regards, Wolfgang
fabio nuno commented
Well id you guys are not gonna add english uk and us as two different one you should use the flag that tghe language is originated from. Dont dorget that they all came from that language so its better to make it the original one that can easily understood by all languages then a variant that may not be as easy to understand to other variants... and should not be to only this case but to all languages with similar case
So my vote is yes for uk english flag
lukman Com commented
Thanks for all your suggestions, probably we'll consider to change the English flag in next UI update. :)
Robin van der Vliet commented
I also recommend something like this:
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:English_language.svg (image in public domain)
Because "English, United Kingdom" and "English, United States" already exist, so it makes no sense to only use the American flag.
Can be seen on many websites.