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    Default Translating web-pages

    First off I use Chrome, when i go to a foreign website it will automatically translate the page, but it either spreads or bunches everything up..which is a pain because i have been translating a bunch of tutorials and it just make it difficult to follow along, anyone have a suggestion to fix this?

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    What tutorials are you researching that you're having trouble finding natively in English?

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    No internet translator will be 100% perfect, you most likely will get very confused. if you translate something word for word it wont make sense

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    Yeah, you can disable it and just translate yourself or not sure just deal with it I guess.




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