Why is the System Language non-identical to the DuckDuckGo Region ?!It can be like this:Choosen Language in Chakra --> German (Austria) --> Austria is the choosen Region in DDG ?!Matthias Shalom
I've just installed Fedora 17 a coupple days ago.
I set language and region to be english for 'system' and I occasionally set them to be Japanese for 'user'.
Problem is that the keyboard mapping is changed to the one for Japanese but the language toggle key doesn't switch the languages properly: always English mode.
I tried to set the janguage and region to be Japanese for 'user'.
But the situatio
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So I have a Galaxy note 2 (canadian) and under my language and input section I only have french and english although I want german. I tried several ''set language'' apps and they barely modify the language. Pretty much only the date in the widgets and some app titles have changed and thats it.
I don't know how to change language in Windows Movie Maker?! Everytime I open it comes up in this stupid language, Swedish or something. No offense mean to Swedish people guys. Just saying how frustrating it is. Don't suggest going to Control Panel, and going to region and language. I've tried it, it doesn't work.
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With the administrator account, I installed a new language by going to system settings > language support > install / remove languages. Then I logged in to the standard account, and moved the new language to the top by dragging it with the mouse. And then I reseted the machine and logged back in. But nothing changed.
Select Your Language Page is that single page you see when you arrived for the first time on a website like cocacola.com or nintendo.com, a pre-home page, with a list of options: language, country, region, etc, normally related to a big brand or name with presence all over the world or some many others sites with the idea of being seen in any country, like mini-sites or promotional sites even