I'm looking to add an Estonian system language pack to a tablet that's on android 4.2.2. Currently there're like 20 different languages installed, but non of those are suitable for a kid. I've tried to find info accurate info about it, but I haven't found any confirming answers. Hopefully stackoverflow community can help me out
Hi I've just done a fresh install of F20 and am having trouble finding the en-gb language for kde. Under system settings my locale is United Kingdom but the only language is American English which is not brilliant when it comes to my terrible spelling.... I mean no offence to those across the Atlantic!
I used to work with ubuntu 10.04, in which every window retained the selected language. So if I where to write in english in one window and in another language in some other window, switching back and forth using alt+tab would keep the windows each in its own language
I have now installed 12.04 but I see that the language setting affects all windows.
I have been using Ubuntu 11.04 until yesterday when I decided to install new 12.04 from a fresh install. I like changing system language interface from my primary language (Galician) to English when logging, in order to practice this language, but in the new lightdm I cannot see how. Is it possible?
Am working on android framework level. When I change the language from "Settings" -> "Language & keyboard settings" -> "Select Locale"(or "Select Language") then our Launcher and Apps not change the language dynamically. But when we reboot the device then that changes will be reflected. Any one have any idea about this problem?
I'm trying to change the language for a standard user account.
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.
The D programming language continues to advance and show signs of promise as a high-quality computer programming language that may eventually prove competition for C. Last month there was the 2013 D programming language conference where a lot was discussed.