[chandler-users] 24 hour format
meissner.fritz at gmail.com
Fri Aug 1 13:57:16 PDT 2008
I would also like to use 24 hour time format; the link below talks about
locales, but not how to set them! I have found that there is a command line
parameter --locale , but I can't find a list of what locales are available.
Also this thread talks about blind experimentation to find a locale with the
right combination of formats - surely there must be a less random way of
doing this ? Are the locales defined in human readable files somewhere ?
I have already found that the Gnome locale settings are not read by Chandler
1.0-rc1 (running on Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron).
2008/7/31 Jeffrey Harris <jeffrey at osafoundation.org>
> I could've sworn I replied to you about this, but I can't find my message.
>> Trying out your impressive PIM, Version
>> 0.7.7.1.dev-r16491-checkpoint20080715 andd really enjoying it,
>> but - one thing is driving me crazy : How do I switch to 24 hour format ?,
>> surely it can't be locked to that stoneage-style with am/pm ?
> Unfortunately, there isn't currently a preference that sets this. However,
> date and time formats are determined by locale. See this post:
> which talks a bit about different locales.
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> chandler-users at osafoundation.org
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