Wow, that was quick. Thank you very much:)
I.e., it could be multiple UUID lists in the same file, multiple files with different names... There's no real reason to discuss "problems" at this time, it's just something to consider, while designing the whole system.
Right now, Miranda reading localization from it's installation directory.
If, instead, you change it to be a /Localization/ folder in the profile directory (the "ProfileDir" setting in Mirandaboot.ini, which is not necessarily the installation directory), then, using variables, like %USERPROFILE%, to specify ProfileDir location, you will have one localization per user with the same Miranda installation.
F.e., I prefer English interface, while majority of my coworkers are russian speaking. But for our german consultant, it could be german localization.
Other than that, there should be the ability for the user to select between multiple language files that are installed, I agree.
It would however, make sense to keep the files where they are (in the program folder), not just for backwards compatibility, but also for not having the same language file in each user directory. That would be wasteful.
Ops. Sorry. It loads flawlessly and can 'generate' an URL with the correct syntax of any file you drop, but it's not possible to open this URL anymore. With 0.9.49 it works perfectly.