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I had this too, and discovered this in my Firefox language settings: Firefox must be seeing "chrome" and reading "chr" = cherokee. Removing that line fixed the problem. I've recently turned on Firefox sync, Xmarks (installed in both Firefox and Chrome) and Chrome sync, so I suspect one of them has done this by mistake. Funny!
Whoa, those are crazy letters! I think Alex is right about the Cherokee language. Use google.com/ncr to force the English interface. ("ncr" means "No Country/Culture Redirect.") If you want to force your browser's homepage to show Google in English, you will have to set your homepage to google.com/ncr in your browser's settings. Edit: Google probably ...
Go to Settings → Document Settings on the top right of the page and change the language to English (UK). Rulers and margins will now both be in centimetres (cm). You may need to log out and sign back in before you see the changes take effect.
I would do it the old fashioned way - wire transfer by using a bank. Most banks around the world have SWIFT codes. If you have an account at a major US Bank (BoA, Citibank, Chase, etc.), go there and fill out an international wire transfer form. Some banks even allow you to do this online (e.g. BoA). Wire transfer is especially good for large amount. I was ...
Try the lr parameter format — &lr=lang_short_language_code. English — en: &lr=lang_en Ukrainian — uk: &lr=lang_uk All language codes can be found in the source on advanced settings page.
It should be using the References: header of the email messages. However, not all email clients provide a correct References header. There is nothing you can do about GMail's processing of the mail headers. Some references: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Email#Header_fields http://www.jwz.org/doc/threading.html ...
It's the Cherokee language & alphabet: http://www.native-languages.org/cherokee_alphabet.htm
Paypal seems to be pretty universal and fees aren't too bad depending if you're paying from your bank account or a credit card
This is not possible in the current version of Google Docs with "English (US)" regional settings. Until they change this you can convert millimeters to inches using this Google query: <n>mm in inches Or you could follow the tips in Dominiks answer, and change your language settings to "English (UK)".
The money can be withdrawn to a bank account, or left in a Google Wallet account for further use. Currently, every mention of the new service highlights it supports US residents only. Sorry :(
It is currently not possible to easily do internationalisation for GitHub wiki pages and/or GitHub Pages, but you can if you do quite a bit of changes. Lets say for example, the main working language in your repository is English. You can create pages in the wiki with the content in English (so the page called "Installation" will provide details on ...
Due to recent changes, the measuring system in Google Docs is now affected by your Google Account default language, not any more by the document language as indicated in @Dominik's answer. So: Go to myaccount.google.com/language. You can also reach it via the gear icon on the Google Drive or Google Docs main pages. Set the language to "English – United ...
I also have English OS, Firefox using English locale, and I am in the US. So to force me to use Japanese map service, I went to www.bing.co.jp (same as I do for Google when I explicitly want Japanese results), the select Maps from the top menu. Since you are in Japan, Bing might be sending you there by default. Then I entered "10 Downing Street, London" as ...
Google Sites doesn't include a built in function to help to create and maintain sites with multiple localization. The only related built-in feature is for setting the site language, but it only is able to set one language. It's worth to say that you could automate some actions by using Google Apps Script. References Change site's language - Google Sites ...
Whenever you search for a product you'd find a unique ASIN number for every product at the bottom of the product page(ASIN is same for any domain), just use that ASIN number in search box in the domain you prefer, you'll find the product if it is available.
I don't think you can transliterate a whole paragraph, try using Google translate instead. Google Translate : Click Here
You have Mubi which is also available via PS3. But Mubi only streams movies and selected ones. You will not see the latest blockbusters there but is great for cinephiles.
You can use one of many VPN services (which are not blocked by these services already) to watch tv shows/movies on US sites. I recommend Ivacy.com but there are many alternatives you can find on: AlternativeTo Lifehacker Five Best VPN
There is an online Wiktionary in your language. When I choose the "Deutsch" Wiktionary, and type in a word -- it doesn't matter if that is an English word, a Spanish word, a German word, etc. -- it gives me the definition(s) of the word I typed in German. Wiktionary also allows you add the (by now, relatively few) words that haven't yet been added to the ...
If you go to Google Dictionary, there is a dropdown that lets you pick a language pair (source & target languages can be different) or the dictionary for a specific language (available only for a few languages) & then looks up the meaning of a submitted word.
From Google Search: define: word ex: http://google.com/?q=define:+thesaurus
I've received comments about people using Netflix from outside US, using a VPN into some US-based host. Anyone have a good link about it? I dont know if a proxy is enough or you need a full tunnel. Also, dont know the legal status of this, even if you are a US citizen. iTunes on the other hand dont limit you to acces their content from abroad (they do not ...
You can use their streaming service from out of the country but if you are asking about DVD's by mail, I believe you are out of luck.
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