On Sun, Jun 19, 2011 at 01:14:11PM -0300, Leandro DUTRA wrote:
2011/6/19 Lisi <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Google -> language tools (under "advanced") -> preferences
Even better, set the system???s or the user account???s language.
Oh, if only it were that simple... Most internationalized websites
(including Google) seem to have completely given up on Accept-Language
headers in favor of relying on IP geolocation. I'm an American expat
living in Sweden, so my browsers are set to send
Accept-Language: en-us, en, sv-se
Despite this, every time my Google cookie expires, it sends me the
Swedish version of the page. Setting language preferences on the client
side does *not* work for Google or most other sites.
 apparently on the theory that "most users don't know how to set
their preferred lanuages, so the header specifies the browser's default
instead of the user's preference"
 even though it damn well should