william.grant at ubuntu.com.au
Fri Sep 8 23:59:04 BST 2006
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Dan Bishop wrote:
> I have just been translating Totem and it asks about time. What are we
> to use as a separator? I believe the : is American, right? Typical
> British usage would be a . e.g. 12.34pm
> However, what do we do for time elapsed? 9.23.1 doesn't look quite right
> to me for 9hours 23mins and 1second...
> I have also noticed... ever since I installed Ubuntu actually, that
> while its British localisation is very good (and a massive step up from
> windows which has none what-so-ever) it also leaves the time separator
> as a :
> So, what should we do?
Leave it as a :, as that's the proper time seperator.
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