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On Sun, 2007-12-09 at 12:49 -0600, Frank Cox wrote:
> On Sun, 09 Dec 2007 10:56:29 -0700
> Craig White <[email protected]> wrote:
> 
> > get a terminal as user
> > type kcontrol
> 
> Well, that was interesting.
> 
> I didn't have kcontrol on this system, so I had to install kdebase, which
> dragged in 5 other dependencies (htdig, xorg-x11-xdm,
> fedorainfinity-kdm-theme,  kdebase-libs,kde-settings-kdm).
> 
> After doing that, I typed kcontrol and went to set the first day of the week.
> To my surprise, that setting already said "Sunday".
> 
> I checked kalarm and sure enough, the weeks on the calendar start on Sunday.
> 
> In the spirit of scientific experimentation, I removed kdebase and those 5
> dependencies, and checked kalarm again.  The calendar started on Monday again.
> 
> The mere fact that I installed kdebase seems to change the kalarm start-of-week
> setting.  This seems a bit counter-intuitive to me -- if the kde default is
> Monday, then it should remain Monday until changed and not just magically
> change due to the installation of "more kde".
> 
> I wonder if I should file a (very minor) but report against kdebase regarding
> this issue.
----
sure - go ahead but I suspect that Rex will see your e-mail and have a
comment without your filing a bugzilla.

You should be using KDE anyway (it's better than GNOME)

;-)

Craig


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