[kde-linux] Resetting digital clock in panel to 24 hour format?
rdalek1967 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 10 17:56:32 UTC 2010
Peter Gahzinia wrote:
> Thomas Taylor<linxt<at> comcast.net> writes:
>> Hi Folks;
>> Is there a way to reset the digital clock display on the panel to use 24 hour
>> notation? I've tried right clicking it but couldn't find anything there to
>> reset it. Nor did I find anything in Start> Configure Desktop> Computer
>> Administration> Date& Time where the digital display is in 24 hour format
>> under the analog clock.
>> Not an earth shaking problem, just an annoyance. When playing around in an
>> earlier version of KDE, I was able to accomplish it by setting language to
>> British english as I recall bit I'd prefer US english due to spelling
>> Thanks, Tom
> Were you able to make any progress on this? I just installed Fedora 13 and can't
> get the digital clock to display in 24 hour time.
> As a side note, top posting> bottom posting ;p
I noticed something yesterday. I have a second user account to use when
testing a bad config or something. I logged into it and I noticed that
the clock was in 24 hour format. I didn't pay much attention to it but
I'm pretty sure it was.
Maybe you should create a new account and just log in and see if it is
in 24 hour format. May not work but worth a try.
P. S. I don't like the 24 hour format. I'll help you get it if I can
tho since you do like it. ;-)
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