#1
Hi, I've been trying to get mozilla firefox to be able to display Japanese Text but I don't know how. I tried installing a language pack for mozilla, but the setup program itself was in Japanese so everything was in random gibberish, so I just clicked random buttons untill it was done installing. It didn't work and now Firefox doesn't work at all(I'm using Microsoft Explorer right now).

Has anyone here installed a language pack in Firefox before? How do you do it? Also,if it matters, My OS is Win98.
#2
Can you even speak Japanese..? o.0 You might have to reinstall firefox if you don't apparently... haha... weirdo.
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http://labs.mozilla.com/2008/08/introducing-ubiquity/

Probably the best thing on firefox....

EDIT: That is a translator. Just go to firefox.com go to apps then download the language pack.
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Can you even speak Japanese..? o.0 You might have to reinstall firefox if you don't apparently... haha... weirdo.

No but I want to try and learn.

Quote by swordsrkewl
http://labs.mozilla.com/2008/08/introducing-ubiquity/

Probably the best thing on firefox....

EDIT: That is a translator. Just go to firefox.com go to apps then download the language pack.

Actually that's exactly what I did. But the installation program itself was in Japanese, and my comp doesn't know how to decode Japanese text, so it was it was just a bunch of random gibberish.