I've metioned it to the staff here that they need an internal translator . Not sure they liked the idea though . They have listened and acted on other things I've sugested before though . I'm sure someone will have an open source like the translater I discribed . Not sure if there is one out already . The one for the smart phone might be still in beta I'm not sure . – mirlen101
You can ;-) They just came out with a smart phone device that translates speech to text and mutiple languages. You talk into it, it then translates into another language in text and spoken words . – mirlen101
It does make more sense to use English for the simple fact that all the major websites are in English . And virtually all the largest sites are in English .It is truely the universal online language . No doubt there . And the world is now all about being online . – mirlen101
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