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How to display Danish day names

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Betina
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How to display Danish day names

Post by Betina »

Hi
I've installed rainmeter on 2 different windows computers.
One running Windows server 2022 with danish displaylanguage, and one with Windows 11 full danish installation.
But the clock app keeps showing english daynames.
No matter what I try, I can't get it to show danish daynames on either computer.
What do I do to correct this?

Sincerely Betina
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balala
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Re: How to display Danish day names

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Betina wrote: January 11th, 2023, 10:53 am But the clock app keeps showing english daynames.
No matter what I try, I can't get it to show danish daynames on either computer.
What do I do to correct this?
You probably will have to add a FormatLocale=da-DK option to (all) Time measures. Especially those which are returning the day names, but you probably will want to add to those returning the month names as well. I think I'd add them to all Time measures.
If you don't succeed, post the code of your skin please.
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Re: How to display Danish day names

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Thanks. It worked by inserting FormatLocale=da-DK
i the clock.ini file
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Re: How to display Danish day names

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Betina wrote: January 25th, 2023, 8:43 am Thanks. It worked by inserting FormatLocale=da-DK
i the clock.ini file
No, not in the clock.ini file just like that, but into its Time measures. But if it works, you put them in the right place, I assume. Glad if you got the names translated.