I have Firefox 18.0.2 for android running on a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. The drop down list in Google translate (for translating complete web pages e.g. http://www.samtorrance.com/google-translate.htm ) only shows the first item (select language). Google translate works on Samsung's own browser, HTML drop down lists work OK in Firefox and Google translate on the same webpage works on desktop machine.
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This did not clear the problem, however I notice that even after clearing cookies, logins and cache, some but not all recent web pages and several open tabs are still present. This is also the case after clearing and immediately re booting.
I know the problem is not there on my desktop or laptop, it is certainly still there on my Galaxy Tab 2. I don't know if its just my machine or more general. If anyone would like to try translate on http://www.learnabout-electronics.org.../osc10.php this page for example using a mobile device I would be interested to know if it works for you!
This appears to be an issue with Google translate. Their JS widget does not work on Firefox desktop either. I filed an Evangelism bug so that we can track Google fixing this. https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=85222
Checked again this morning and Google translate does give full drop down list on my Firefox 19.0.2 desktop but not on Firefox 18.0.2 for Android.
Could you provide the snapshot.
if your using ICS or JB
press Menu + power button (or)
Volume down key + power button
Here are two screenshots, Screenshot 1 shows translate menu on Firefox 18.0.2 (Galaxy tab 2 7.0)
Screenshot 2 shows translate menu on resident browser (Galaxy tab 2 7.0)Note: Although the drop down list works OK in this browser, Google only partially translates the page (e.g. headings but not text in
tags). Hope this helps
Its a bug...
it will be solved soon...
Hey, I can't find the translate menu in firefox...where is it ornhow can i use it ?
Are you taking about mobile or desktop firefox.
You need to install the Google translator Addon for that