surio wrote:3. go to about:config, then change intl.locale.matchOS to falseCould it be you should change your OS locale to en-GB too? You'd get 'colour' elsewhere on your system...
I'm currently working on a way to change TalkBack vocalization language for an application, an activity or a single TextView. For instance, my application is in english but the user phone is in french. How can I force TalkBack to use english vocalization language for my application.
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?
Im pretty sure you have to change languages for firefox manually in about:config...Mozilla support says:Type about:config into the location bar and press enterAccept the warning message that appears, you will be taken to a list of preferencesLocate the preference general.useragent.locale, if it is not set to de, double-click on it and change it.EDIT: Obviously, you do need the desired language pac
I've upgraded my Fedora from 19 to 20 using yum upgrade. It all went well apart from one thing - my locale is now set to pl_PL.utf8 - not what I wanted. My preferred locale is en_GB.utf8. Any idea how to fix? it seems /etc/locale.conf is not used on load, where the right locale is set.