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[opensuse] Re: [opensuse-kde] Changing date/time format?
In KDE4 it just worked fine! You could format it like using the date
command. Further even though I cannot select 24 hour time, or format my
date, my week starts on a monday(!) it should start on a sunday.

In KDE4 I wouldn't get desktop seg faults all the time.

In KDE4 I my system tray would not be broken (xembed).

This is why I am sticking with KDE4.

On 11/24/15 12:11, Anton Aylward wrote:
On 11/24/2015 08:58 AM, Emilio Recio wrote:
In KDE5 there is no way to format the date/time, you can only pick the
country.

So?
What's your problem?

Define a new 'country', call it perhaps "en_myversion".
Set it with the values you want & compile it.
See appropriate man pages.

If you don't want to do that, then you can define the values on the book
command line.
RTFM locale.conf(5)

Alternatively you could have an entry in the system wide file
/etc/locale.conf for LC_TIME

If it comes down to that, you could arrange that KDE start from a script
where LC_TIME has been set.

These options set LC_TIME *only* so you just find a "country" that has
the time values you want and use that , you don't have to adopt *every*
locale value of that country,





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