[Bug 671858] Re: timestamps do not honor system locale settings
om26er at ubuntu.com
Sat Nov 13 14:19:12 UTC 2010
then the problem might be with the adium-theme-ubuntu
On Sat, Nov 13, 2010 at 2:09 AM, Ketil Wendelbo Aanensen <
ketil.w.aanensen at gmail.com> wrote:
> On my system, I'm using a 24hr clock. Timestamps in chat window are in
> am/pm format for messages, but funnily enough, in 24hr format when something
> /me leaves for a minute
> is written.
> Needless to say, I don't want it to show in am/pm format.
> This is with an up-to-date Maverick, Empathy 220.127.116.11
> timestamps do not honor system locale settings
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> the title explains it all:
> in Empathy on Ubuntu 10.10, the message timestamps in the conversation
> window do not show in the correct format.
> My system time is set to 24h display, since i'm in Germany, Europe. The
> timestamps in the conversation window yet do not honor that setting, which
> should have global relevance.
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