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Thread: 24 H clock and week starts on monday?

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    Ilja A NNTP User

    Default 24 H clock and week starts on monday?


    I'm trying to change from 12 H clock to 24 H clock and change the start
    of the week from Sunday to Monday, but I can't find these settings
    anywhere in KDE. Please help!


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  2. #2
    heinrich773 NNTP User

    Default Re: 24 H clock and week starts on monday?


    In KDE 4, at least go to System Settings (Personal Settings/Configure
    Desktop) and choose the Regional & Lanuage icon under Personal.

    Go to the third tab, Times & Dates. There you will find options to
    change the calendar setup and time formats.

    You may need to relog for the changes to take effect.


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    Baskitcaise NNTP User

    Default Re: 24 H clock and week starts on monday?

    Ilja A adjusted his/her tinfoil beanie to write:

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    > I'm trying to change from 12 H clock to 24 H clock and change the
    > start of the week from Sunday to Monday, but I can't find these
    > settings anywhere in KDE. Please help!
    >
    >


    In Desktop settings>Regional+Language there is an option to change the
    time/date display (for 24h just choose HH:MM:SS) and when the week
    start.

    HTH

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