Orage Calendar setting

Juha kautto.juha at kolumbus.fi
Wed Jun 30 14:18:39 CEST 2010

Orage really obeys the operating system setting like Yves-Alexis said.
It can't be changed inside Orage.
(The reason is that Orage uses standard Gtk+ gtk_calendar which works 
that way.)

Start a terminal and check what
locale week-1stday
locale first_weekday

For my locale (LANG=fi_FI.utf8) I get:

$ locale week-1stday
$ locale first_weekday

This means: 19971130 is Sunday and then we take day 2 which is Monday to 
start the week.

If that works in your system, Orage should show correct week start day. 
(Start it from the same terminal where it works.)

More data can be found from  http://bugzilla.xfce.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1328


30.06.2010 12:00, houghi kirjoitti:
> On Wed, Jun 30, 2010 at 04:17:34AM -0400, Derick Centeno wrote:
>> Hi Houghi:
>> Select Orage, then Edit -->  Preferences.  Select Timezone tab.
> I click right and then select 'Properties'. There I can set the timeszone.
> Is that what you mean?
>> You may
>> see a dialog  called "floating" or something else, select it and choose
>> the country and location where you live.  This should change the
>> calendar to appear as you like.
> I have tried Brussels, CET, Navaho, Israel, Posix/Brussels, etc/Universal
> and several others and still the week in the calandar starts on a Sunday
> with each of them.
> houghi

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