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drjlevi6
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Status: In development

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.

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Jon
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fshn
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It had "Russian (beta)" in the add-on before they merged that into firefox itself (version 118). It wasn't the best translation but I found it very useful.

Now it's gone from translate and I can't use the add-on.

DerBengel
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I agree; Russian should be included.

TheDima
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I agree. Russian language is a must. All other popular browsers have long been translated into Russian

drjlevi6
New member

@fshn, I looked up the add-on for translations; it says Russian is in the "development" stage. Wonder how long a timeline that equates to.

da_br
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it is not Just the state of Russia which uses Russian as a second language.

RTech
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Some companies are removing Russian translation in their products.

I don't expect some will be adding it. We are canceled, get over it.

Alessandro_
Making moves

@RTech  I didn't know about it, but just because in this period there's tension, doesn't mean you have to leave Russian untranslated. It's just a bad UX decision

drjlevi6
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@Allesandro: I agree entirely. Would you make Pushkin's poetry inaccessible to non-Russian speakers because of Putin? Putin's not worth it!

Agentvirtuel
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Hello

Firefox Nightly doubles the number of languages supported by the translation function https://forums.mozfr.org/viewtopic.php?p=947693