normal user cannot select a language

Bug #134278 reported by Ian Jackson on 2007-08-23
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language-selector
Invalid
Undecided
Unassigned

Bug Description

I installed gutsy i386 d-i 20070823 in Dutch (with English keyboard), and then used Systeem / Beeheer / Language support to add Arabic as a supported language. I left Dutch as the default for sessions and the login screen.

I then created a new user, and logged in as that user using the fast user switching applet. I cannot find in the menus any way to change the language used for this new user. There should be a discoverable way (eg, under System / Preferences) for a user to set their own language.

YannUbuntu (yannubuntu) on 2008-03-24
Changed in language-selector:
status: New → Invalid
YannUbuntu (yannubuntu) wrote :

Hello Ian, thank you for posting here

Any user can change his session language with the OPTIONS menu in the login screen (before entering his login&password).

Regards,
Yann

PS: as this is not a bug, I changed the Status to "invalid".

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