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    Default mixed language after upgrade to leap 15.1

    I upgraded to leap 15.1 and I found plasma with mixed language like this english, italian [aiuto (centro documentazione)], russian:
    https://paste.opensuse.org/43736865
    how can I have the language only in english?
    I attach this files related to language.
    my /etc/locale.conf is this
    Code:
    LANG=en_US.UTF-8LC_TIME=en_DK.UTF-8
    my user/.config/plasma-localerc is this
    Code:
    [Formats]
    LANG=en_US.UTF-8
    LC_MEASUREMENT=it_IT.UTF-8
    LC_MONETARY=it_IT.UTF-8
    LC_TIME=it_IT.UTF-8
    useDetailed=true
    
    
    [Translations]
    LANGUAGE=en_US:it:ru:el
    in Yast>languages>primary languages=English
    my /etc/sysconfig/language is:
    Code:
    
    ## Path:        System/Environment/Language
    ## Type:        string(ibus,fcitx,gcin,scim,scim-bridge,uim,kinput2,kinput2-canna,kinput2-wnn,nabi,wnn,atokx,xcin,none)
    ## Default:     ""
    #
    # A default input method to be used in X11 can be selected here.
    # If this variable is set and a script with the same name
    # as the value of this variable exists in the directory /etc/X11/xim.d/
    # this script is sourced when X11 is started to start an input method.
    #
    # The special value "none" (/etc/X11/xim.d/none) means:
    # Do not use any input method at all.
    #
    # For more details see the comments at the top of /etc/X11/xim.
    #
    INPUT_METHOD=""
    ## Path:	System/Environment/Language
    ## Description:	
    ## Type:	string(POSIX,ca_ES.ISO-8859-1,ca_ES.UTF-8,cs_CZ.ISO-8859-2,cs_CZ.UTF-8,da_DE@euro,da_DK.ISO-8859-1,da_DK.UTF-8,de_DE@euro,de_DE.ISO-8859-1,de_DE.UTF-8,el_GR.ISO-8859-7,el_GR.UTF-8,en_GB.ISO-8859-1,en_GB.UTF-8,en_IE@euro,en_IE.ISO-8859-1,en_US.ISO-8859-1,es_ES@euro,es_ES.ISO-8859-1,es_ES.UTF-8,fr_FR@euro,fr_FR.ISO-8859-1,fr_FR.UTF-8,gl_ES@euro,gl_ES.ISO-8859-1,gl_ES.utf-8,hr_HR.ISO-8859-2,hu_HU.ISO-8859-2,hu_HU.UTF-8,it_IT@euro,it_IT.ISO-8859-1,it_IT.UTF-8,ja_JP.eucJP,ja_JP.UTF-8,lt_LT.ISO-8859-13,lt_LT.UTF-8,nl_NL@euro,nl_NL.ISO-8859-1,nl_NL.UTF-8,ru_RU.ISO-8859-5,ru_RU.KOI8-R,ru_RU.UTF-8,sk_SK.ISO-8859-2,sk_SK.UTF-8,tr_TR.ISO-8859-9,tr_TR.UTF-8,ko_KR.eucKR,ko_KR.UTF-8,zh_TW.Big5,zh_TW.UTF-8,zh_CN.GB2312,zh_CN.UTF-8)
    ## Default:	""
    ## Config:      OpenOffice.org,groff,ispell,kde,kdm,profiles,susehelp,susewm,tetex,wdm
    #
    #
    # Local users will get RC_LANG as their default language, i.e. the
    # environment variable $LANG . $LANG is the default of all $LC_*-variables,
    # as long as $LC_ALL is not set, which overrides all $LC_-variables.
    # Root uses this variable only if ROOT_USES_LANG is set to "yes".
    #
    RC_LANG="en_US.UTF-8"
    
    
    ## Type:	string
    ## Default:	""
    #
    # This variable will override all LC-variables!!
    # Again, ROOT_USES_LANG must be set to "yes", if an effect on the superuser
    # account is desired.
    #
    RC_LC_ALL=""
    
    
    ## Type:	string
    ## Default:	""
    #
    # This defines the locale in which messages of programs and
    # libraries with i18n-support should appear if a translated
    # message catalog for the library or the program is installed.
    # This also provides localized yes/no answers.
    #
    RC_LC_MESSAGES=""
    
    
    ## Type:	string
    ## Default:	""
    #
    # This defines the locale for character handling and classification.
    # The libc uses this value in language dependent function calls, such
    # as e.g. uppercase/lowercase mapping of foreign characters.
    #
    RC_LC_CTYPE=""
    
    
    ## Type:	string
    ## Default:	""
    #
    # This defines the locale for sorting strings and characters.
    # It is used by the libc to obtain the alphabetical order of characters
    # (e.g. for string comparisons).
    #
    RC_LC_COLLATE=""
    
    
    ## Type:	string
    ## Default:	""
    #
    # This defines the locale for date and time output formats.
    # i.e.: 06/09/1999 vs. 09.06.1999
    #
    RC_LC_TIME=""
    
    
    ## Type:	string
    ## Default:	""
    #
    # This defines the locale for formatting and reading numbers.
    # i.e.: 1,234.56 vs. 1.234,56
    #
    RC_LC_NUMERIC=""
    
    
    ## Type:	string
    ## Default:	""
    #
    # This defines the locale for formatting and reading money values.
    #
    RC_LC_MONETARY=""
    
    
    ## Type:	string
    ## Default:	""
    #
    # This defines the locale for format of paper.
    #
    RC_LC_PAPER=""
    
    
    ## Type:	string(ctype)
    ## Default:	ctype
    #
    # This defines if the user "root" should use the locale settings
    # which are defined here.
    # Value "ctype" means that root uses just LC_CTYPE. 
    # Value "yes" means that root uses the full settings.. 
    #
    ROOT_USES_LANG="ctype"
    
    
    ## Type:        yesno
    ## Default:     no
    #
    # Workaround for missing forward of LANG and LC variables
    # of e.g. ssh login connections.
    #
    AUTO_DETECT_UTF8="no"
    
    
    ## Type:        string
    ## Default:     ""
    #
    # List of installed language supports, use by YaST2
    #
    INSTALLED_LANGUAGES=""

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    Default Re: mixed language after upgrade to leap 15.1

    I checked on a system that I had upgraded from 15.0 to 15.1. And I am not seeing any similar problems.

    The files that you mention are all ones that you can change either as yourself (as a user) or with Yast.
    openSUSE Leap 15.1; KDE Plasma 5;
    testing Leap 15.2Alpha

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