Palemoon for Linux as en_GB with British Dictionary?

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Palemoon for Linux as en_GB with British Dictionary?

Post by Raava » 2014-06-22, 23:14

Hi folks.

I want to check out Palemoon, but I want it localized as en-GB as in: No US English dictionary, but the en-GB aka British English one.

Are there tutorials or readmes available to guide me through this?

Sure, installing and applying the en-GB.xpi would be step one. But then: how to remove the US dictionary, and how to insert the British one instead?
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Re: Palemoon for Linux as en_GB with british Dictionary?

Post by Supernova » 2014-06-23, 02:30

Look here ;)

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Re: Palemoon for Linux as en_GB with British Dictionary?

Post by Raava » 2014-06-23, 18:36

Ahhh I get it now, it's just the same way it is done in FFX. Makes sense. Thanks!
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Re: Palemoon for Linux as en_GB with British Dictionary?

Post by Heartfelt » 2014-07-08, 16:42

Off-topic:
Interesting. For me, Linux PM was set to en_GB by default. I just figured either Moonchild or A2G was British.

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