At 03:37 PM 6/02/2003 +0100, Harald Wagener wrote:
|HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE=de-de, ja;q=0.20, en;q=0.60, en-us;q=0.40, de;q=0.80
Why japanese still is in there is beyond me, but being on a Mac at the
time being, I am bound to the system preferences (where I selected
german,english,us-english in that order).
Your list is equivalent to:
Ignoring the Japanese on the end, note that en-us will never be 'selected’
because ‘en’ occurs higher in the list. I doubt this is intended.
Safari is evil, but at least it recognizes some of the info. Chimera just
has no user configurable Language Acception stuff.
Getting waaaay off-topic here, but if Chimera uses the same preferences
code as Mozilla, you can change the languages line in your prefs.js to
user_pref("intl.accept_languages", "en-au, en, nl");
Chimera is arguably broken if it’s sending an Accept-Languages header but
doesn’t give you a way to alter the settings (according to the RFC).
This Accept-Language stuff is defined in RFC2616, Section 14.4.