I'm surprised that Firefox Translate includes Bulgarian but not Russian in its list of available languages. It seems to me that the latter language is far more important.
I do see from your post that there's a Russian forum (as well as the French forum of your link—pity that my French doesn't go beyond accepting the site's cookies!) But I don't know if this is related to interactive translation or not.
@Alessandro_, @drjlevi6 yes, of course you're right. I guess i'm just feeling really insecure about it.
There's great news! The new languages are: Estonian, Finnish, Icelandic, Catalan, Norwegian (Bokmel), Norwegian (Nynorsk), Persian, Russian, Czech, Ukrainian and Hungarian.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/DZuqvNfr04YThis clarification, given my demonstration under Firefox NightlyYou don't see https, and that's normal, browser.urlbar.trimHttps, default value trueAn article https://www.camp-firefox.de/artikel/718-firefox-119-zeigt-nicht-länger-https-in-adressleiste-an
And for information on Firefox releaseabout:config https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/about-config-editor-firefoxLook for a preference browser.urlbar.trimHttps default value falseIf you'd like to try true
Under Firefox esr currently 115The preference, browser.urlbar.trimHttps, does not existCreating the preference, browser.urlbar.trimHttps, is useless
@RTechActually I was also hoping for Estonian
I'm using v121.0a1 Nightly but I only have the default languages available (the ones on stable). Is there some setting to enable the dev languages?
@Expwe made some changes recently which removed them, we will make them available again today or tomorrow.
@marcoany news on this? They don't appear for me.
They should come back soon!