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Firefox (65.0.1) on my Mac (Mojave 10.12.2) started displaying everything in Dutch. No matter what I do, I can't get it to switch back to English.

I'm currently in the US (San Francisco), but even if I visit salesforce.com here, even the website defaults to Dutch.

So both the interface (menus etc) of Firefox itself, as well as the content displayed default to Dutch.

See attachment: preferences page is in Dutch, as are the menus at the top, and the tab with SalesForce. Despite that the settings are to show US english.

Firefox (65.0.1) on my Mac (Mojave 10.12.2) started displaying everything in Dutch. No matter what I do, I can't get it to switch back to English. I'm currently in the US (San Francisco), but even if I visit salesforce.com here, even the website defaults to Dutch. So both the interface (menus etc) of Firefox itself, as well as the content displayed default to Dutch. See attachment: preferences page is in Dutch, as are the menus at the top, and the tab with SalesForce. Despite that the settings are to show US english.
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I had Dutch and US English installed (cannot remove Dutch). I now also added UK English, and that worked.

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FredMcD
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Are you saying the browser is not showing English, or the webpage? What about other webpages? Any problems?

If the webpage, try finding the language settings.

Are you saying the browser is not showing English, or the webpage? What about other webpages? Any problems? If the webpage, try finding the language settings.
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Please see the screenshot I attached to the original post. I set it to English, yet everything keeps being in Dutch. (tried restarting, changing to another language and back, etc. to no avail)

Note: it used to work so it seems a recent update broke it.

Please see the screenshot I attached to the original post. I set it to English, yet everything keeps being in Dutch. (tried restarting, changing to another language and back, etc. to no avail) Note: it used to work so it seems a recent update broke it.
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Maybe (re)install the English Firefox version as you currently may have a Dutch Firefox version. You can find the full version of the current Firefox release (65.0.2) in all languages and all operating systems here:

Maybe (re)install the English Firefox version as you currently may have a Dutch Firefox version. You can find the full version of the current Firefox release (65.0.2) in all languages and all operating systems here: *https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/ *https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/65.0.2/releasenotes/
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The about box is in English, so I guess I already have the English version. And as mentuioned above: it used to work, only recently stopped and switched to Dutch by itself

The about box is in English, so I guess I already have the English version. And as mentuioned above: it used to work, only recently stopped and switched to Dutch by itself
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Firefox can only show the user interface in a different language when you have this specific locale installed or if you have a language pack for this language installed. Language packs are shown on "Options/Preferences -> Languages".

See also the "Internationalization & Localization" section on the "Help -> Troubleshooting Information" (about:support) page.

Firefox can only show the user interface in a different language when you have this specific locale installed or if you have a language pack for this language installed. Language packs are shown on "Options/Preferences -> Languages". See also the "Internationalization & Localization" section on the "Help -> Troubleshooting Information" (about:support) page.
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I had Dutch and US English installed (cannot remove Dutch). I now also added UK English, and that worked.

I had Dutch and US English installed (cannot remove Dutch). I now also added UK English, and that worked.
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