Does there also exist a Native Language Versions of Opera Browsers, similar to that of Mozilla FF?

  • Hello Folks!

    Mozilla Community members helped me download the latest Native Language Interface based Firefox Web Browser. I was wondering that whether there also exist a Native language versions for the Opera Web Browser as well?

    If Yes, Please guide me to the respective link in order to try that out ASAP.

    Thank you.

  • Just to Update you Guys, that I would rather like to have a Hindi language Interface based Opera Web Browser on my PC. Hindi Language is also sometimes interpreted with the nomenclature of Devanagari Scripts. So, if the Native Language Browser is available, do inform me at the earliest.

    Cooperation will be sincerely appreciated. Thank you.

  • You're interested in this new Opera based on Chromium?

  • Interface language? Of course. Though you could ask in the Hindi section of the forums if you prefer.

  • Hello Joshl!

    Yes, Why not? Does that mean that Opera based on Chromium Source Code do have Localized Versions on offer? If Yes, Please guide me to the respective link. Thank you. :-)

  • Hello sgunhouse!

    It would be great on your part if you can please channelize my search for a Localized version of Opera, in Hindi language Interface. Thank you.

  • Oops, Steve, it seems we don't have a Hindi section here...:confused:

  • Hello Guys! I would like to Update that though the Opera Desktop version has been Updated to its latest release today in the very Morning, the issue with the proper rendering of the Indic Language Scripts still persists! Iam only able to see SQUARE BOXES in place of actual Hindi fonts on the applicable Web pages! I tried to notify you Guys that it probably is because of an ABSENCE of Encoding format>>>Western (ISO-8859-1). Therefore, could you please help suggest the Developer Team to encompass the aforesaid Encoding method to avoid such an Inconvenience for your Users based in SE Asia region? Thank you.

  • This forum does include a Hindi section, you can select it by changing the site language. As far as the browser, Hindi is listed as an available interface language, but as I can't read it I can't tell if it is displayed properly - other than that they do appear to be using the same language the website uses, which is not some western European, Cyrillic or similar text, and also not boxes (here on Windows 7). And of course, neither setting has anything to do with web pages - well, other than this one.

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