Re: Why is this difficult?
"If you routinely browse in multiple languages, then you're sufficiently unusual that it's not unreasonable to expect you to be the one who has to do something different.
Like, maintain a separate browser window for each language. To me that doesn't sound too big an imposition."
That's only because you haven't tried it in real life.
I just got an e-mail with an update to an order i placed before Easter. The e-mail is in Danish. When I click the link, should I choose the English or the Danish browser? (Turns out, the website is in English, despite the Danish e-mail).
http://www.logitech.com - better use my English browser. Turns out, Logitech detects my location and redirects me to http://www.logitech.com/da-dk, so now I have to switch to my Danish browser?
Visiting Lenovo's Support site, I end up on http://support.lenovo.com/dk/en (DK for Denmark but EN for English, since the language on the support site is in English. So English or Danish browser?
And yes, we have domains with special Danish letters: Æ, Ø og Å.