Skin Expressions: Localized or empty string in iif-expression

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    I'm trying to modify the Apollo-Skin. In the original skin some words are harcoded in plain english and I want to replace them with the localized version. But one inside an iif - Expression isn't cooperating. The line in question is something like this (I removed the working parts for clarity):
    Code (XML):
    1. <label>#(iif(eq(#TVSeries.Episode.AvailableSubtitles,'1'),' | #(L(293))',''))</label>
    This should, if subtitles are available, add the separator and the localized string "Subtitles" (string-ID 293). If no subtitles are available this string should be empty. But this only displays ' | #(L(293))'.



    I had some success to display the correct string by enclosing the entire iif-Expression with the translation-Expression. But then if the iif-statement returns false instead of an empty string an error message is displayed in the label.
     
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