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Language in menu of FF 126.0 is mixed up

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Hello, I have a problem: After an automatic update of the language packs, parts of the Firefox menu (version 126.0) are displayed in EN. Parts in DE. Seems to be related to the update... how can I change this again? I have already changed the language settings. Didn't help...it appeared after an automatic update on May 28. Thanks for an idea :)

Hello, I have a problem: After an automatic update of the language packs, parts of the Firefox menu (version 126.0) are displayed in EN. Parts in DE. Seems to be related to the update... how can I change this again? I have already changed the language settings. Didn't help...it appeared after an automatic update on May 28. Thanks for an idea :)

Isisombululo esikhethiwe

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Please look out for an update to Firefox to version 126.0.1 that should fix this issue for you. If you are using Linux and have a distro build of Firefox, you may have to wait a short while for the distribution to package this for you.

Thank you.

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You can try "Clear the startup cache..." via the "Help -> More Troubleshooting Information" (about:support).

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Hi

We are aware of an issue in respect of language packs that is currently being looked into. We are sorry for the inconvenience and hope to be able to respond with a resolution soon.

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

Hi

Please look out for an update to Firefox to version 126.0.1 that should fix this issue for you. If you are using Linux and have a distro build of Firefox, you may have to wait a short while for the distribution to package this for you.

Thank you.

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Thank you for your answers. Indeed it was obviously a problem with the language packs. An automatic update from Mozilla on May 29 (only one day after the incident) restored the correct menu structure. Now it appears again in one language only :).

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