[jp] Week on Monday, but suddenly time from 00-11 only -- why????
ruf at rawip.org
Wed Mar 15 04:42:15 EST 2006
> Judd Montgomery <judd at jpilot.org> [2006-03-14 23:08]:
thanks for answering.
> Lukas Ruf wrote:
> > Recently, I realized that the time for datebook entries changed
> > from 00-23 to 00-11 notation. Most presumably, this is an issue
> > of gtk2 (2.8.13-1 installed) support (again) -- so I am lost and
> > frustrated.
> This is selectable in the preferences under time format.
Since there are two entries for 10:30 and 10.30 resp. is one for am/pm
and the other one for 24h format? It is as I found out ;)
Thus, would it be possible to add an optical identifier to the
drop-down selection like 'am/pm' or '24h'?
Thanks very much!
> > Hence my question:
> > how can I quickly get jpilot to start a week on Monday and have
> > the times displayed in a 00-23 notation?
> > Although I know it has been discussed before: isn't it possible to
> > re-add a control element to the preference where I can select the
> > start of the week as well the format of time???
> Its not possible to set the first day of the week for the GTK
> calendar widget. We can set it for the week, and month views. I
> believe this is fixed in CVS for the week/month to have the same
> fdow as the gtk widget.
what a pity.
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