Jane Darnell wrote:Accept language is the internal name. Each browser then hides it in a
> I don't see an "accept language" choice, but I see under my "wrench" in
> Google chrome settings/languages that I have English (United States),
> Dutch, and English (in that order).
different place in the UI (although it does seem to be in "wrench",
Configuration, Advanced settings, Languages).
What does this page show you?
That's an option.
Cristian Consonni wrote:
> What about adding links on top of the page (like this, for example)?
I also considered to show a message when someone is using the browser
interface in a different language than what he is browsing. Quite sad,