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The newest Firefox versions I have used [this one and the last one], has "en_US" listed and then "en" listed second.

On 06/06/2018 01:41 PM, Luuk wrote:
Chrome was just meant as an example, addin the correct language to your
favorite browser should do the trick for that browser too... ;-)

On 4-6-2018 20:22, Tim-L wrote:
When I made a clean install on this laptop for Ubuntu 18.04, I did not
install Vivaldi.

I had it on the old setup for a while, but only used once, when I
actually downloaded it.  So, I did not install it, yet{?}.

It is weird that my Ubuntu install shows en_GB instead of en_US. Your
Ubuntu/Debian based OS gets .rpm instead .deb.  I get my problem with
the latest repository version of Firefox - 60.0.1.

I do not use Chromium, but add Chrome for those web sites who refuses
to allow Firefox to be used.

On 06/04/2018 10:36 AM, Graham Luffrum wrote:
I use Vivaldi under LinuxMint and when I download LO for some reason
I get
offered the rpm files, which at first foxed me.  With Vivaldi it is not
possible to choose different flavours of English and so I have to change
not only the rpm to deb, but also the language.  Both Chromium and
on the other hand come up with both the right file type and language.


On 3 June 2018 at 19:36, Tim-L <> wrote:

I use Firefox.
I do have Chrome and a few others I test every so often, but Firefox is
the one I have been using for many years now.

Henri added that I should go and chose the language option. Yes I
can do
that, and did so, but how many of the people who download LO will
not think
about that till they try to install the help packs?

I have seen this issue, if I remember correctly, over the past few
and kept forgetting to ask about this.

On 06/03/2018 12:12 PM, Luuk wrote:

when using Chrome, specify the corrrect language in your browser

- goto chrome://settings/
- select advanced
- find 'langages'

LibreOffice seems to be offered in the  first language you have

On 2-6-2018 21:30, Tim-L wrote:

I am currently using Ubuntu 18.04 - - Language - en_US.UTF-8(en_US)

When I go to the download page for the newest LO version 6.0.4 x86_64
(deb)  I keep getting the English (GB) version files.

It has shown up with both Ubuntu 16.04 and 18.04 installs.


Supplementary Downloads:

       Translated User Interface: English (GB) (Torrent, Info)
       Help for offline use: English (GB) (Torrent, Info)

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