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I installed the Japanese language some time ago to attempt to improve my Japanese, however since I had not good enough language I reverted it back. The problem is that now, the programs that I run using sudo as gparted are installed in Japanese. How can I revert this?

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Maybe some error happened last time, but when changing the language, I simply needed to press the "Apply system-wide" and problem solved.

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Error? Probably you clicked that button when you switched to Japanese but not when you reverted back. ;) – Gunnar Hjalmarsson Apr 19 '14 at 17:06

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