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Annoying about the Finder


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I'm using a "foreign" language (other than english), but it doesn't seem to work properly. The problem is that some folders aren't the same language as the language I've chosen. Some folders' - like desktop, applications and documents - names have changed back to the original.

So I have this annoying situation, that some of the folders are english and others are finnish. I have some sort of picture of how it all works, and i'd have to change the "display names" of those folders back to finnish, but how?

I think this all happened after I installed xcode and x11 or something. It makes sense, at least I think it does, that those packages may have changed something...

I'd really really appreciate if someone could help... :)
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