use non-english browser and OS. Yet I want to use English version of Flows and Powerapps. Why? Because tutorials, and documentaiton are easier to follow.
Now you're forcing the user to change language. Pretty dumb.
Linked to this is the list separator.
In my locale, the list separator is a semicolon ( ; ), however I would prefer to use a comma ( , ) as I do in every other platform that I develop in.
If you have two statements they would need to be seperated with a semicolon, but in some locales it's vice versa. Can get really confusing indeed. Not to mention all the fields from D365 connectors and such will also be translated into your locale. I just don't understand why it's tied to the OS or Browser, I just want to understand why it's not possible to set a language, if not at least on the project itself.