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On 22/04/12 02:09, Samuel Sieb wrote:
Peter Hillier-Brook wrote:Exactly the problem! I'm not French and I want English measurements to be the default for United Kingdom locale settings.It looks like there isn't a gui for it any more, but see this URL for how to change it: http://ccollins.wordpress.com/2009/01/06/how-to-change-date-formats-on-ubuntu/ You want to change the 1 in the following section to a 2. LC_MEASUREMENT measurement 1 END LC_MEASUREMENT
I've done that to no obvious effect. Before you ask, I did reboot after the change so I'm stumped again (although I must be in the correct area). A little more poking around in the locale file to see if there is another parameter to change. ;-)
I'm not sure to what you refer in "changing the default paper size". I can't find a location in which to set that parameter. It certainly isn't in "Printers" from the "Applications" menu.You want the "Printing" application which is actually "system-config-printer".
That's fixed now. I found an HP Device Manager in the Applications menu and effected the change.
Many thanks for your help. Peter HB -- test mailing list test@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx To unsubscribe: https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/test
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