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[quote=siria] From another thread: [quote=SoerenB]Oder wenn Du händisch die Spracheinstellungen geändert hättest - lies Dir auf der Translations-Seite den Abschnitt durch, der mit "If you are using a Gecko-based" anfängt.[/quote] http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/wiki/Translations [quote]If you are using a Gecko-based browser like K-Meleon, SeaMonkey or Firefox, you can customize your preferred document language(s). Navigate to about:config and type "intl" into the filter bar. The value of [b]the preference named "intl.accept_languages" is a comma-separated list of language codes.[/b] It could be something like "en-us, en" - meaning US-American English is preferred and English in general is accepted - or something like "de, en" - meaning German is preferred and English is accepted as a fallback. You can add additional language codes or change your preferred languages' order of precedence. If your browser is accepting documents in more than one of the languages listed above, [b]you will be able to switch between these languages through the green navigation bar[/b] on the left-hand side of each page. [/quote] Thanx again Soeren! :) Man was that tedious before knowing this, trying to switch the wiki language without any flags in the left panel here! Never realized such a multiple setting could have such an effect, and of course not just here, but there sure are more websites out there which will suddenly become multi-lingual: [img]user.xthost.info/siria/km/kmm_misc/languagepref.png[/img] ----------- On a side note, ever got a weird [b]red dot instead of a "broken-image" icon[/b], and wondered about it? Nothing to worry, just a little bug :cool: Happens sometimes in long sessions with tons of images and the cache getting full or some such, and one must restart the browser to get the normal icon back: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=430613 [quote]Gavin Sharp 2008-04-23 21:59:32 PDT [b]That image is drawn from C++ code directly, when we fail to load the placeholder image:[/b] http://mxr.mozilla.org/mozilla/source/layout/generic/nsImageFrame.cpp#1078[/quote] Funnily, I had first found this explanation yesterday in a discussion among *IE* developers, dating from 2004! ---------- There were some more "discoveries" to post, of course I've meanwhile forgotten most again, hmm...[/quote]
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