Location and language(s)
Bjørn Ingmar Berg
bjorn.ingmar.berg at gmail.com
Thu Jul 21 18:27:16 UTC 2005
Thanks for your input, people!
Your replies made it sound fairly simple, so I followed the
instructions in the thread "Specific language per login" and added
Norwegian and German. FYI it wasn't enough to log out and back in
again to utilise a new language setup; I had to reboot the machine.
But with that done, I can change language completely by logging off
and on again. (Even if just clicking a button or something to do this
would be very neat, I don't think a new login is too much hassle.)
And I've already seen that I can switch languages for the
spell-checker in OOo directly now. Very satisfying; I'm happy with
As a side-thought I'm sure this way of handling all the languages you
wish can be a big selling-point for Ubuntu in Norway. We're a small
country with very few people, so we have to be international to a
degree. -And most Norwegians know at least one foreign language well.
(English being most wide-spread, but German, French and Spanish are
all common as well.)
I'll check this out on my wife -a language teacher- right away. ;-)
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