On Mon, 28 Nov 2011 14:39:39 -0700, Jon Trulson wrote:
> On Mon, 28 Nov 2011, Juan R. de Silva wrote:
>> On Sun, 27 Nov 2011 23:56:24 +0000, Juan R. de Silva wrote:
>>> As subject says the digital clock widget does not respect system
>>> settings and keep showing time in 24 hours format.
>>> Any solution, please. I checked it with Majeia and openSuse, both
>>> respect system settings.
>> anyone, please?
> Sorry - I do not use that clock, too limited, too annoying. I much
> prefer 'Adjustable Clock', because it's... adjustible
> adjustable regarding formatting and font selection, size, color, etc.
> Package name is: plasma-widget-adjustableclock
> I'd recommend trying that.
OK, this thing allowed me to set time in the desired format. More of that
I was actually able to make the time being displayed GNOME style I used
But again all this only after playing with Adjustable Clock Source tab.
Otherwise right after installed it showed time in 24 hours format as
well, despite of the fact that system is set to display time in 12 PM/AM
So as a workaround it's doing the job.
However the mystery is still there. The time format in system settings is
set to 12 hours format but it is not respected by both widgets out of box.
More of that when I hover a cursor over Adjustable Clock the tool-tip is
still shows time in 24 hours format.
Oh boy, I've just noticed that Dolphin does not respect the 12 hours
format either. So it is not only clock widgets. It is system wide
problem. This is really annoying.
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