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Re: System is en_US_UTF-8, but desktop is in French - how to translate back to English?



On Tue, Dec 22, 2009 at 8:25 AM, Frank Millman <frank chagford com> wrote:
> Hi all
>
> I am using Fedora 10, and I was experimenting with internationalisation.
>
> I got something wrong, and now I am stuck with a Desktop where all the
> captions are in French, for one user only, while the rest of the system is
> correctly showing English.
>
> I know what I did wrong. I changed the system language to French using
> system>administration>language. It changed successfully, and then popped up
> a dialog (it was in French, but I will use the English translation) with the
> heading 'Update standard folders to current language?'. I ticked the box
> that said 'Do not ask this again', and pressed enter, which I thought would
> select the option to not update. I must have got it wrong. Anyway, because I
> ticked the box, if I change back to English it does not bring up the same
> option, so everything still displays in French.
>
> As far as I can tell, it is Nautilus that displays the file names. I have
> searched high and low, both on the system and using google, to find out how
> to re-enable the option, but I have not had any luck. Can someone please
> help.
>
> Thanks
>
> Frank Millman
>
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You can choose language in GDM login screen (at the right corner).


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Athmane Madjoudj


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