Nov 29, 2008

Opera - Default language

User interface

Opera is available in many languages. Depending on the version of Opera you are using, you may have multiple languages pre-installed, or you may have only a single language. In either case, additional languages may be installed by downloading the appropriate language files.

Please notice that the download page of Opera for Windows includes an International option with all the current language files.

To activate your language, select it from the menu under Tools > Preferences > General > Language. Once you press OK, the user interface should immediately change to the language of your choice, if the appropriate language file is included on your system.

If the language file of your choice is not pre-installed, you can install it manually. To see if Opera is available in your language, see the language files list, read the instructions, and download the appropriate file. Note that some localized versions have English help files.

Step by step
  1. Download a new language file
  2. Open Tools > Preferences > General > Details
  3. Click the Choose button and select the language file you want Opera to use.

Web pages

A Web page is sometimes offered in more than one language. Opera can ask the server for a version in the language you prefer. Simply open Opera's Tools > Preferences > General and select a language.

For more control over preferred languages, press the Details button. Then press the Add... button and choose your language from the list. Use the Move up and Move down buttons to indicate your order of preference.

 
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