Detect Google translate (extension) usage

I recorded a few of my user visits (using a service called ‘Hotjar’) to see if there were points to improve my website on and I was surprized to find out that a lot of English people use Google translate (through or by using the (Chrome) extension/(Firefox) plug-in), which is a bad solution as we have an English version of the site (which is obviously translated way better). The thing is that I don’t want to enlarge the button to switch between the different languages on the site (I think it should be easy to spot as it is), but I am wondering if there is a way of detecting Google translate usage, so I can notify these visitors with a little pop-up (I know how to do that, so every solution with some kind of callback should be sufficient).

So the question is: is there a way to detect Google translate usage (preferably using JavaScript, wouldn’t know how else).

Perhaps an alternative would be to use a backend script (or JS hack) to detect the end user’s language preferences, and then do a popup for English users on non-English pages.

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