In this article we will talk about how to translate a page into Russian in Opera. The fact is that sometimes in search of some information one has to face the fact that it is not possible to find it on the Russian-speaking space of the Internet, but on foreign sites it is. But, unfortunately, not every resident of the CIS knows English or any other foreign language. This is what translators were created for.
Translate using extension
Earlier, Opera had a built-in web page translator, but now this option is no longer available. But you can use browser extensions by downloading and installing it first. Now we will tell you how to translate the page into Russian in Opera by installing the extension.
To do this, you need to initially open the browser itself. Now look for the menu, usually located at the top left. If you click onit, a menu will open in which you need to select the line "Extensions", and then move the cursor to "Load extensions" and press the left mouse button (LMB).
Now you are in the extension store, first of all you need to select the required category. Click the inscription "More …" and select "Translation" from the menu. Now we have a page with all available extensions that specialize in translating web pages from a foreign language into Russian.
In principle, you can choose any translator for "Opera" to your taste, but let's look at the example of installing and using the Translator translator. To install it, click on its icon. You will be redirected to the download and installation page. Click the "Add to Opera" button. Excellent! Now you need to wait for the download and automatic installation. When all this is completed, the button will say "Installed". So we figured out how to install a translator for Opera. Now let's talk about how to set up this extension.
Set up the Translator extension
If you have installed the extension, but still do not understand how to translate the page into Russian in Opera, now we will analyze everything in more detail, or rather, delve into the extension settings.
First you need to enter them. To do this, click on the Translator icon and in the window that appears, click on "Settings". Howonce you do that, a new tab will open. On it you can carry out flexible configuration of the extension. Namely: select the language from which the translation will be carried out, determine the maximum number of language pairs, and also indicate the location of the "Translate" button. By the way, it is better to leave the parameter for determining the translated language by default - "Automatic detection", so as not to change this option every time.
To translate a web page, you will need to enter it and click on the extension icon. Next, select "Translate active page …". Once you do this, a new tab will open with a translation of the entire page.
By the way, this is not the only way to translate. You can simply put the page link in the field for entering the text to be translated and click "Translate". You will also be sent to a new tab with the translation of the specified site.
So you learned how to translate a page into Russian in Opera, but this is not the only way, so let's move on.
Make automatic page translation
Now we'll talk about how to automatically translate a page into Russian in Opera. And it's very easy to do, instead you don't have to go to new tabs and open the extension every time, the page will be translated as soon as the program realizes that the main language is not Russian.
Initially, you need to get into the extensions management, to do this, press the key combination Ctrl+Shift+E. On the page, find the "Translate" extension and click"Settings" button next to its icon.
Now you have all the settings for this extension. We are only interested in one - "Automatically translate web pages after a request." As you might guess, you need to change the switch to the "Yes" position.
That's all, now, as soon as you go to an English-language page on the Internet, it will immediately be translated into Russian. It is very comfortable. In the meantime, you learned another way to translate a page into Russian in Opera.
We transfer through a special service
Most likely, everyone knows about this method. It is, of course, a little inconvenient, unlike the above, but still it is impossible to keep silent about it.
Online translation services are "Google translator" or "Yandex translator". Go to it. You will have two fields in front of you: one for entering text, the second displays the result. In the first field, put the link of the site you want to translate into Russian. After that, click the "Translate" button and wait for the result, it will not upset you.
We hope you have found the answer to the question "Why doesn't Opera translate pages into Russian".