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I have added a Finnish language pack and schwitched it on, but it doesn,t work. Firefox 59.0.1

I have added a Finnish language pack and schwitched it on, but it doesn,t work. Firefox 59.0.1

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arpsa said

I have added a Finnish language pack and schwitched it on, but it doesn,t work. Firefox 59.0.1

Maybe you'd like to download the latest Firefox version in your language, instead of using a language pack :

https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/?q=Finnish

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arpsa said

I have added a Finnish language pack and schwitched it on, but it doesn,t work. Firefox 59.0.1

Maybe you'd like to download the latest Firefox version in your language, instead of using a language pack :

https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/?q=Finnish

''arpsa [[#question-1210515|said]]'' <blockquote> I have added a Finnish language pack and schwitched it on, but it doesn,t work. Firefox 59.0.1 </blockquote> Maybe you'd like to download the latest Firefox version in your language, instead of using a language pack : https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/?q=Finnish
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How did you try to switch on the language pack?

You can possibly use the command line switch to select the locale.

Note that general.useragent.locale no longer works in Firefox 59+. You need to use intl.locale.requested

How did you try to switch on the language pack? You can possibly use the command line switch to select the locale. *https://developer.mozilla.org/Command_Line_Options Note that general.useragent.locale no longer works in Firefox 59+. You need to use <b>intl.locale.requested</b>