Bram Schoenmakers bramschoenmakers at
Fri Oct 7 10:46:09 BST 2005

Op vrijdag 07 oktober 2005 11:32, schreef Boudewijn Rempt:


> Setting the language and region settings is not just something that should
> be done from kdm anyway: not all installations are purely personal. There
> are plenty of computers where the children work in Dutch and the parents in
> English, for instance. And the guest from the states who gets an account
> for a week or two will have her own setting in her fresh kde.

I don't see a reason why KDM is not capable of making the language selection 
available. KDM is able to remember a couple of user related settings (such as 
the last started environment, the user faces at the left), so it could also 
store which language a certain user prefers.

Kind regards,

Bram Schoenmakers
KDE Netherlands (

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