Why can't I choose English for the Swiss Adobe website? It is very annoying if you're a foreigner and you're trying to purchase/find out any local information on adobe.com.
Also, why isn't there a section for one to report bugs/features for the actual website? Somehow I found the link http://forums.adobe.com/community/web_feedback on the Swiss version, but it says that "The item does not exist. It may have been deleted."
Have you tried typing:
www.adobe.com or simply: adobe.com to see if you manage to get your chosen domain? are you using the English version Operating system? Has the regional zone changed on the machine to that of Switzerland?
I am afraid your best bet may be to use this Google Search and tick Translate:
Or to deliberately select a (wrong) country where the language is English, such as the UK, which may give you quite irrelevant information (including pricing and country specific terms).
The regional Adobe sites are in the main language(s), German, Italian, and French, for Switzerland, with no English option. A bit strange.
Using the UK version works fine till you reach paying/legal information, then you need to actually use the local site. In the end I managed to work my way through the French version.
But I still think it would be helpful to just be able to select the English version regardless of your country.
How did the English translation of the Swiss site work?
If it was the wrong basic site, you can use the URL on Google and tick the Translate option.
Obviously, the real solution would be the inclusion of an English option (on all non English regional sites).
I have tried to make that suggestion to Adobe staff.
I haven't used the translation, as I know a bit of French and I was able to understand what I needed.
I also initially wanted to submit a feature request for the English version, but I was not able to find the place to do so. Thank you for forwarding this problem.
You are welcome, Andrada.