On Sun, Jul 3, 2016 at 9:57 PM, Ed Greshko <ed.greshko(a)greshko.com> wrote:
On 07/04/16 08:33, Kenneth Wolcott wrote:
> I have a fresh install of Fedora 24 KDE Workstation.
> I can no longer find this setting under Date & Time.
FWIW, KDE questions are best addressed on the KDE list.
Anyway, the answer is not likely to please but require compromise. You can see some of
the history around it by checking out https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=340982
issue comes about from KDE previously using its own locales but dropping that in KDE5.
You could go to "System Settings--->Personalization--->Regional
check the box "Detailed Settings" and then pick "Default (C)". The
downside to this is it
also affects the Date for some KDE applications. So, instead of July 4, 2016 you'll
July, 2016 or instead of 7/4/16 you'll see 4/7/16.
What I've compromised on is to leave it at the US settings and then pick 24hr format
the "clocks" applications and to make changes in the launcher menu to call
"export LC_TIME=C ; thunderbird %u".
Thanks for your support (again).
I selected the Default(C) option which I did not see earlier.
I was trying to remember who told me (you) about LC_TIME but I could
not remember what it was other than "something followed by TIME", and
my searches for this where fruitless.
I probably will do what you have suggested when I see how the current
solution works out.