If you download Firefox from the main download page, the site doesn’t detect that you are British. You get the standard American download. The result of this is that web sites detect your locale from your browser then layout internationalised content using this detection. When we started using CIPHR we found that everyone using Firefox was being shown their dates in the wrong (American) order. Firefox by default installs the languages English (en) and English U.S. (en-us) but not English GB (en-gb).
- So from within the menu in Firefox, select Tools -> Options -> Content Tab.
- From the Languages section select Choose.
- From the Select a language to add drop down select English/United Kingdom [en-gb].
- Click Add.
- Use the Move Up / Move Down to position en-gb at the top of the preferences.
- Click OK to finish.
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