Okay, here we go.
For impossibly boring and possibly futile reasons, we need a language pack:
Let's see what the drop-down menu has to offer:
That's right, they aren't in any order, and although the page is in English, you need to be able to spell the script you're going to fuck with. Okay then, that's doable. No we don't want Dari, we want Farsi. (And who decided to make Amharic look shaky enough to be forged from the get-go?) Chosen.
As expected, the page is, irritatingly, in Farsi only, and while our talents with Farsi are legendary, pre-school children run rings around us. So where the fuck's the download button?
Wait, what's that field up there? Bing? Maybe Bing has a translator.
It does! And it tells me to enter a URL! I have one of those right here!
Oh dear, the Microsoft-powered Bing translator cannot handle a goddamned ampersand, a quite common feature of Microsoft URLs on Microsoft-powered websites, and as a result it sends me to the Türkmen language pack. Conveniently, the Türkmen language pack is formatted not-at-all like the page on which the Farsi language pack exists, and therefore cannot be used as a guide to the content of its goddamned fucking sibling webpage.
I wonder if there is some competing company out there with some sort of translaty thingamajig? Oh wait, there is!
Wow! It works fine! Can you believe it? So we download and off we go.
Okay then, let's snag us an Arabic language pack!
Just fuck off.