We can't decently teach you how to properly configure Safari without going through one of the most basic steps: switching the browser to French. Whether it's because of mishandling or because you're operating from a machine abroad, let's see how to go about finding Molière's language.
Skip Safari in French
- On your Mac, open System Preferences And click Language and region.
- Push the button "+" located at the bottom left of the page
- In the search bar, type " French " and select the variation of your choice
- Validate, then confirm using Touch ID or with your password
- macOS asks you which language you want to use. The original one (on the left) or the new one (French Swiss in the example). Click on the one on the right (Swiss French). Validate again.
You can thus add several languages and set your favorite by simply dragging it to the top of the "Preferred languages" list. Also, in the same menu, you can set a different language for any application. In the case of Safari, all you have to do is go to the "Apps" tab, choose the Safari application from the list, and select the language of your choice before validating.
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