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I just installed yesterday Version (Build ID: 2ef5aff) English US Multilanguage on XP/SP3
English with Asian language support package..

During customized installation I selected English, Japanese, German and Dutch for GUI and installed
the language packs for the same languages.

I have not problem and when I open

Tools -> Options -> Language setting -> user interface

I see ALL the languages the way I installed them and made a test. All languages work for the GUI.

The OS should not be the problem. Could it be that only Japanese was selected during installations?
I would try to re-install and/or make a new user profile.

On 12/15/2012 3:26 PM, Thomas Blasejewicz wrote:
Good afternoon
As I just wrote in a different post, today I installed the newest
version of LO (Build ID: 2ef5aff)

LibreOffice *Windows, version 3.6.4, English (US)*.

Yet, after installation I noticed, that the user interface language is
Japanese (my OS language).
Not that I have any problems with Japanese, but before I uninstalled LO
I had it set to English.
THAT (multilanguage version) is what I am supposed to have downloaded.

Tools -> Options -> Language setting -> user inferface
gives ONLY Japanese as available options.
According to:
"In the dropdown list on the right, choose the language you want. If you
just want US English, you don't need any language pack."

(I downloaded and installed also the English help file, which I usually
do not do.)

What is the trick, to set the user interface language "back" to English?

Thank you

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