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How can I change the language in Ubuntu?

Asked by tokijitza (56points) February 16th, 2010

I am having trouble with the language section in Ubuntu!
I’m a beginner in Ubuntu and I want to install Bulgarian language. I used to have Vista and I installed Flex Type, chose my language and clicked CTRL key and it used to change back and forth from English to Bulgarian. I don’t know how to do that in Ubuntu.I know you go to System-> Preferences-> Keyboard->Layouts->choose your language. But then when i tired that i only write in Bulgarian on application. I can’t write in Bulgarian on the web.I want to have Bulgarian and English language on my computer, but How? Please tell me what I have done wrong. THANKS

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Do you mean the language of the interface or your keyboard layout? If the latter, which web browser are you using? It sounds like a bug in that, not in Ubuntu. You could also try a different browser if you’d like to. (And if you don’t know how to, say so ;-)

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