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Can't remove a language

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So, my problem is: I go to settings --> lanugages --> search for more languages -->click the romanian language but when i try to click the remove it doesn't work, and it doesn't look like i even can. I do have another language besides it, which is english, obv, but i want to remove it bc sometimes it's in romanian. I tried restarting the browser as well multiple times but still i can't seem to be able to remove it, any clues/hints on what i can do?

So, my problem is: I go to settings --> lanugages --> search for more languages -->click the romanian language but when i try to click the remove it doesn't work, and it doesn't look like i even can. I do have another language besides it, which is english, obv, but i want to remove it bc sometimes it's in romanian. I tried restarting the browser as well multiple times but still i can't seem to be able to remove it, any clues/hints on what i can do?
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Ausgewählte Lösung

You can't remove the language that is the currently installed Firefox locale, so it looks that you have installed the Romanian Firefox version. You would have to uninstall this version and remove language packs that you may have installed.

Download and install the Firefox version that you want as the default.

If you install the en-US Firefox version then you also get the en-US spell check dictionary. The en-GB version doesn't come with a dictionary, so installing the en-GB version would require to install both the en-GB British dictionary and the en-US American dictionary if you would have a need.

Note that for spell checking you need a dictionary and not a language pack. The latter provides translations for strings in the user interface.

You can look here for dictionaries:

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Hi Kraots,

Just to make sure we're on the same page, are you changing the language of Firefox menu and messages or your preferences for displaying pages?

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Ausgewählte Lösung

You can't remove the language that is the currently installed Firefox locale, so it looks that you have installed the Romanian Firefox version. You would have to uninstall this version and remove language packs that you may have installed.

Download and install the Firefox version that you want as the default.

If you install the en-US Firefox version then you also get the en-US spell check dictionary. The en-GB version doesn't come with a dictionary, so installing the en-GB version would require to install both the en-GB British dictionary and the en-US American dictionary if you would have a need.

Note that for spell checking you need a dictionary and not a language pack. The latter provides translations for strings in the user interface.

You can look here for dictionaries: