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This is how to change AliExpress to English. Usually the problem is that AliExpress detects your country location incorrectly, thus displaying the wrong language -- here are several solutions that you can try (results vary). Cookie solution First clear your browser cookies (for aliexpress.com & alibaba.com). Important; Open the first page in English ...


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I switched to Bing.com because of it. They have very convenient options as "Narrow by language" and "Narrow by region" right above search results. Also you can go to settings and set search results only in English and it really works as opposed to Google "fake" settings. As for your question about Google I didn't find any working solution. All the other ...


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Google provides a language setting per Google-account. Since this page will likely be in Greek for you, I'll quote it below: https://support.google.com/accounts/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=32047 To change the display language for Google Accounts, you'll need to change your Google interface language: Visit your Accounts settings page. (https://www.google....


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Simple! Steps Click on the Menu bar on Top Left. Click Language.  It's the second one after Print, with the 文A icon Set it to your liking. Enjoy! For example i just changed my language to Deutsch and now i see directions like this


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Dates are displayed based not on the browser default language, but on the spreadsheet locale, which is set in File > Spreadsheet options. You can also use the =GOOGLETRANSLATE() formula.


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One way is this: https://encrypted.google.com/webhp?hl=en&gl=en https://www.google.com/webhp?hl=en&gl=en ....................................................


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Try to edit and lock those cookies: aep_usuc_f  =  region=AU&site=glo&b_locale=en_US&c_tp=USD intl_locale  =  en_US xman_us_f  =  x_l=0&x_locale=en_US Source


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A solution is to change Facebook's language to British English: Settings > Language > Which language do you want to use Facebook in? Select English (UK) and now you can now create events using the 24 hours format:


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Recently, the http://akas.imdb.com endpoint stopped working. By default, IMDb will now use your geolocation to provide localized content. However, you can override this behaviour by sending an Accept-Language HTTP header. Using Ruby, this is how I solved this problem: require 'open-uri' imdb_url = 'http://www.imdb.com/chart/top' headers = {'Accept-...


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Please forgive the self promotion, but I built a tool that does exactly this, which I hope you and others might find useful, called GeoPeeker. It remotely accesses a site from servers spread around the world, renders the page with webkit and sends back an image. It will also report the IP address of the site as it appears from that location. It's free, it'...


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Have a look at this FAQ entry Currently, there's no way to change the default language of your profile once you've set it up in a particular language. Many people who speak multiple languages choose to create a secondary profile for each language. Viewers will see your profile in the language most relevant to them. All language profiles will show up in ...


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When creating websites, special characters need to be taken into extra consideration. HTML, the markup language used to write webpages, provides its own means of including special, non-"normal" characters. These characters include accent marks, special symbols, and more. The reason this is necessary is due to the nature of how webpage files are saved. In ...


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Yes, there is. Add the optional parameter language to the request URL: https://www.google.com/maps/embed/v1/MODE?key=API_KEY&language=en See the API reference for further information.


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I have had same problem. The solution is to add a language hint to the URL. Example: https://maps.google.com/?hl=en (The "en" is the two-letter code for English.)


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If you do not want to create an IMDb account and set your preferences there you need to: Add X-FORWARDED-FOR with U.S. IP address to your HTTP headers. You can lookup example U.S. IP address from any proxy list, e.g. http://proxylist.hidemyass.com/. The X-Forwarded-For (XFF) HTTP header field is a de facto standard for identifying the originating IP ...


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try clicking this link, it may fix your problem: http://www.google.com/trends/?hl=en What happens is this: Google saves a state of your "current language" in their servers. They probably use this to customize ads for you. This "?hl=en" parameter tells Google you prefer a different language (English in this example). It works across all their services.


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Thanks to the Internet Archive Wayback Machine, this is what the footer used to look like when they had the translation options circa late 2010: A redesign or two since then has removed the footer, and that the URL parameters have no effect, it's looking like that feature has been quietly deprecated from the GitHub web interface. Also, you can't load ...


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It is not possible to change the language of Draw.io, unless you change your own computer's language setting to English, which would then change the language of Draw.io accordingly. If this is not feasible, you can try adding a ?lang=en at the end of the URL (like https://www.draw.io/?lang=en) to force it to appear in English, but it will not remember this ...


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Visit http://google.com/ncr in your browser. The NCR stands for "No Country Redirect" and it will tell Google not to use any kind of country-specific behaviour.


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As of Aug 2017 you can click the scale bar (in lower right-hand corner of browser-based Google maps) and it will switch from Imperial to metric. Also, MaQleod's answer works for a single session, but now when you get directions you need to click on "Options" (not "Show Options") under the input boxes for the addresses in your query. Neither of these actions ...


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I found a few ways to search for language specific results with slightly different results. I use Chrome as browser and make use of coded search engines: right-click in a search field on a search page (e.g. google.de) and select "add as search engine". Provide a shortcut (Chrome calls it a keyword) for searching, e.g., "gd" (google deutsch). Then, in order ...


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From http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie9-windows_7/how-to-set-default-language-for/193f8aee-dae0-44c9-9c75-11a7e0e49da4: Go to http://support.microsoft.com and look at the very bottom left-hand corner of the page. There you will see a globe icon with the current region and language. Click that and choose your desired region/language. This change ...


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Ok. I found the solution. Before logging in, there is a language selection at the bottom-right of the page. I couldn't find it because it was in Polish... Still can't understand why Google don't use general Google language settings on Google Analytics.


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It turns out the language in settings was set to French. Don't remember ever setting that and not sure why I would but there you go. Go to 'Cog' (top right) > Settings Then select your preferred language > Save Also refer here for Chrome settings Why does the internet think I'm French?


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Visiting http://google.com/ncr should theoretically get you to the location-invariant version of Google’s services.


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Eventually I got it working on Firefox using this add-on: always ".com" - Google.com (in English).


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I've made a custom search parameter, works well. Steps follow: Go to your Chrome settings Under Search, click on Manage search engines Scroll to the bottom, fill Add a new search engine and Keyword with whatever you want Fill the URL field with https://encrypted.google.com/webhp?hl=en&gl=en#safe=active&hl=en&gl=en&q=%s Press Done Go back to ...


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Go to https://www.google.com/webhp?hl=en&gl=en Underneath the buttons should be a line containing Google offered in: English Click on English


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