Re: [Geary] changing the hour exibition

Here we can choose between 12 and 24 hrs format.
But my system is set to 24hrs...

Best regards

Claro R. Pires

Em 11/03/2015, às 21:01, Jim Nelson <jim yorba org> escreveu:

Two issues here:

* If you run dconf-editor and look in com.canonical.indicator.datetime, I'm guessing the "time-format" key reads "locale-default".  That's fine, but it means Geary will use a string translated by GNOME's translators into whatever is normally used for that locale.

* Unfortunately, those strings are often overlooked by our translators.  In the case of pt_BR, it's set to 12-hour time.

Two paths forward here:

1. For now, you can set that "time-format" key to "24-hour".

2. We change Geary's time format string to 24-hour, which I assume is customary in Brazil.  Yes?

-- Jim

On Tue, Mar 10, 2015 at 7:32 PM, Claro Pires <claropires gmail com> wrote:
Here are the outputs:

kernel: 3.13.0-46-generic

$ locale

Best Regards

Em Ter, Mar 10, 2015 em 7:27 , Claro Ribeiro Pires <claropires gmail com> escreveu:
I am using Brazilian Portuguese. Later when I arrive home I'll send the output. Best regards ------------------------- Claro Ribeiro Pires claropires gmail com
Em 10/03/2015, às 16:59, Jim Nelson <jim yorba org> escreveu: Claro, if you could run this as the console: $ locale and paste the result here, that would be useful. -- Jim
On Tue, Mar 10, 2015 at 12:54 PM, Robert Schroll <rschroll gmail com> wrote:
On Mon, Mar 9, 2015 at 4:46 PM, Robert Schroll <rschroll gmail com> wrote: I just tested on my system (Gnome Shell on 14.04), and switching the time display in the gnome control center is not respected anywhere in Geary. I suspect the problem is in Configuration.clock_format property. If the "com.canonical.indicator.datetime" schema exists, we use its "time-format" value to determine the format. If not, we use the "org.gnome.desktop.interface" schema's "clock-format" value. The gnome control center adjusts this value when I change the display settings, but Geary is looking at the canonical key and doesn't notice.
We've just fixed this problem in master, but if you're running Unity, it's not the problem you're having. What language are you using? The time format strings are translatable, and could be set incorrectly. Robert _______________________________________________ geary-list mailing list geary-list gnome org

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