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    24 Hour Clock?


    How do I change the clock so that it displays 12 hour am/pm instead of 24 hour time?

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    If you are in XWindows, just right-click on the clock and select 'Date/Time Format' -- on the Date/Time tab, you'll have the option...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kode
    If you are in XWindows, just right-click on the clock and select 'Date/Time Format' -- on the Date/Time tab, you'll have the option...
    Sorry I forgot to mention I am using KDE and it doesent have that option.

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    In Kde, after selecting "Date, Time format"
    select, "time & dates"
    Then look for the Time format, on the drop-down menu, you will see where you can change it to AM/PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordG
    Sorry I forgot to mention I am using KDE and it doesent have that option.
    A suggestion: Right click on the time in the lower right ( ? ). Then select Date & Time Format. Then select Time & Date. Then under "Time Format" try the drop down menu setting "pH:MM:SS:APM" (or something like that).

    I haven't tried it myself, but it looks like the "p" is for am or pm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldcpu
    A suggestion: Right click on the time in the lower right ( ? ). Then select Date & Time Format. Then select Time & Date. Then under "Time Format" try the drop down menu setting "pH:MM:SS:APM" (or something like that).

    I haven't tried it myself, but it looks like the "p" is for am or pm.
    This is amazing. I keep expecting to get abused for being such a n00b like most other communities. Thanks for being so patient.

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