International support for citation formatting


I have found that CSL seems to "know" about language substitutions by default. For example if one removes
from the line below taken from a CSL style file, the drop-down menu for language support is activated in the "Zotero - Document - Preferences" window.

This allows language-specific substitutions, but it does not work perfectly for Swedish. For example in English(US), a change from "p." to "pp." is automatic depending on the number of pages. Alas, not in Swedish where one gets "s." for both single and page ranges (would like "ss."). Also, sometimes one would like to use "et al." and not the Swedish "m.fl.".

Can someone explain how this works?
How can one address/override this?

Thanks in advance,

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