In order to change language, the Manjaro setting manager has to be installed
To download the Manjaro setting manager, open a terminal and run:
pacman install manjaro-settings-manager
sudo pacman -S manjaro-settings-manager
It should now be installed, confirm by searching for it by typing "Manjaro setting Manager in the search bar.
Adding other languages to the settings:
1. Go to File System
2. Right-click File System and select Terminal
3. Once the terminal opens, run:
4. Open up the file "locale.gen" by running:
sudo nano locale.gen
add the following lines:
To save and exit:
control o enter
This will add the Italian language, to add other languages just add your countries code in the file instead. Look up your code here.
Once you open up the Manjaro setting manager again you should see your language as an option!
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