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    jh60082 NNTP User

    Question 12 - hour clock

    Hi there, i just got opensuse 11 and i love it!! the OpenSuSE team really put in alot of effort for this, i love it! My question is how do i get opensuse to show a 12-hour clock instead of 24 hour, i right clicked and edited the clock, but there isnt an option for that, anyone have any ideas?

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    Default Re: 12 - hour clock

    Assuming you are running KDE 3.5, you can go to the KDE Control Centre (Alt-F2, then type kcontrol), find the Regional & Accessibility menu on the left, expand it, and find the time and date tab. Once you are there you can change the Time format in the appropriate drop down.
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    jh60082 NNTP User

    Default Re: 12 - hour clock

    thanks for the reply! acutally im not running kde 3.5, im running kde 4.0.4 and i looked in the new personal settings but i cant find anything to deal with 12 hour setup.

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    Default Re: 12 - hour clock

    Menu->Configure Desktop->General Tab
    Personal Section->Regional & Language
    Country/Region & Language->Time & Dates Tab

    Then modify Time format:

    What a trek. That really should be in the right-click menu.
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