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OS 10.4 - Residual unwanted country settings (esp. Firefox)

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Hi! I have just gotten started with Mac and have gotten my hands on a friend's old PowerMac G4 which was purchased in France. I have switched all the settings that I could find to English, but still have problems with some bits and pieces. Most annoyingly, Firefox always switches to French even though I have installed an English version more than once. Does anyone have any idea what the issue could be? Are there any other places except in "system preferences" where one can possibly modify country/language settings? Thanks for your help.
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