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I purchased a macbook with MacOs Sierra and after restoring the mac I still see the Korean language when powering on after shutdown. Anyone knows why? I use the above suggestion to see if any language other than English was used but only English.
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I use that a lot when I have to test localizations in my own applications or make screenshots in other languages: The "Get Info" options have changed since this hint was posted, so that method will not work any longer. There is an excellent, free program called Language Switcher that handles this can be one-time or permanent , at http: This post is news again, for me: Neither the terminal method, nor the Language Switcher app work for me giving me both the same "iTunes needs The OP's method works fine for me!
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Set the language for a single application Oct 10, '06 I have my system configured in a language that most of my peers don't speak. The problem is that iCal then sends out all "invitation accepted" emails in that language as well.
So I wanted to change the language, but just for iCal. For iCal, it's the file named com. Once the file is open, select the root node and add a new child with the name AppleLanguages of the class Array.
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To that node, you append a child node with the name 0 , type String and your language as the value. To see what the languages are called, you could open the file. The names are two-letter abbreviations, with en for English, de for German, es for Spanish, etc. I haven't tested this one Set the language for a single application 11 comments Create New Account. The following comments are owned by whoever posted them.
This site is not responsible for what they say. Set the language for a single application Authored by: Uncle Asad on Oct 10, '06 Somehow I always manage to miss the easiest solutions I find it much easier to use the defaults utility in Terminal, eg.: Minsky on Jul 24, '14 Search Advanced. From our Sponsor