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Offline Lydart

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My Skype has gone Polish, or Russian, or Lithuanian .....
« on: Friday 09 February 18 11:40 GMT (UK) »
The options along the top now say   "Kontakti"     "Razgavor"    "Nazovi"    "Prikaz"    "Alati"   and  "Pomoc"

Obviously the language has been changed somehow,  but as I don't know what any of the above mean, I can't find the option to change the language back to English !    If I do click one of the above, then the options therein are also in this language, so that's no use !


HELP !!!!
Dorset/Wilts/Hants: Trowbridge Williams Sturney/Sturmey Prince Foyle/Foil Hoare Vincent Fripp/Frypp Triggle/Trygel Adams Hibige/Hibditch Riggs White Angel Cake 
C'wall/Devon/France/CANADA (Barkerville, B.C.): Pomeroy/Pomerai/Pomroy
Som'set: Clark(e) Fry
Durham: Law(e)
London: Hanham Poplett
Lancs/Cheshire/CANADA (Kelowna, B.C. & Sask): Stubbs Walmesley

WRITE LETTERS FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS TO TREASURE ... EMAILS DISAPPEAR !

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Re: My Skype has gone Polish, or Russian, or Lithuanian .....
« Reply #1 on: Friday 09 February 18 12:44 GMT (UK) »
"Trees without roots fall over!"
 
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Re: My Skype has gone Polish, or Russian, or Lithuanian .....
« Reply #2 on: Friday 09 February 18 16:23 GMT (UK) »
Thank you !     Is that the same as this one which Groom sent me ?

https://support.skype.com/en/faq/FA73/how-do-i-change-the-language-used-by-skype-for-windows-desktop



Yes .... I think it is !

SORTED !!!      (But how it changed itself, I have NO idea !)
Dorset/Wilts/Hants: Trowbridge Williams Sturney/Sturmey Prince Foyle/Foil Hoare Vincent Fripp/Frypp Triggle/Trygel Adams Hibige/Hibditch Riggs White Angel Cake 
C'wall/Devon/France/CANADA (Barkerville, B.C.): Pomeroy/Pomerai/Pomroy
Som'set: Clark(e) Fry
Durham: Law(e)
London: Hanham Poplett
Lancs/Cheshire/CANADA (Kelowna, B.C. & Sask): Stubbs Walmesley

WRITE LETTERS FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS TO TREASURE ... EMAILS DISAPPEAR !

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Re: My Skype has gone Polish, or Russian, or Lithuanian .....
« Reply #3 on: Friday 09 February 18 16:36 GMT (UK) »
Maybe you should start learning Russian,just incase it does it again  ;D ;D ;D
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