While on the phone earlier I was doing that thing you often do when chatting with someone where you don’t have to concentrate on something in front of you: I was randomly clicking around stuff on a machine. In this case I was faffing around on my iMac.

One of the places I landed was in the About dialog, looking at the support details:

Support details of the iMac

Out if idle curiosity I clicked the “OS X Support” link, which opened my browser and took me to Apple’s website. Only…. it didn’t take me to a part of the site that was that useful to me:

Seems I read Spanish

Yes, for reasons best known to Apple or my iMac, I apparently need my help to be in Spanish. O_o

I could understand this if I had my system set to Spanish, which I don’t:

Seems I read Spanish

About the only “non-standard” thing I have in my setup is the date, which I’ve set to ISO 8601 style rather than the usual UK style. I even experimented with changing that to the default on the remote chance that it was tickling some sort of odd bug in OS X.

So, yes, another wonderful example of Apple stuff “just working” and being good for mortals. Well, for interesting values of “working” anyway.