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<h1>Country/Region & Language</h1>
<p>From here you can configure language, numeric, and time
settings for your particular region. In most cases it will be
sufficient to choose the country you live in. For instance KDE
will automatically choose "German" as language if you choose
"Germany" from the list. It will also change the time format
to use 24 hours and and use comma as decimal separator.</p>
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Located in toplevel.cpp:216
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Country or region:
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Install New Language
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Uninstall Language
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Select System Language
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This is where you live. KDE will use the defaults for this country or region.
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Here you can choose your country or region. The settings for languages, numbers etc. will automatically switch to the corresponding values.
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Here you can choose the languages that will be used by KDE. If the first language in the list is not available, the second will be used, etc. If only US English is available, no translations have been installed. You can get translation packages for many languages from the place you got KDE from.<p>Note that some applications may not be translated to your languages; in this case, they will automatically fall back to US English.
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Here you can define the decimal separator used to display numbers (i.e. a dot or a comma in most countries).<p>Note that the decimal separator used to display monetary values has to be set separately (see the 'Money' tab).
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Here you can define the thousands separator used to display numbers.<p>Note that the thousands separator used to display monetary values has to be set separately (see the 'Money' tab).
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Located in localenum.cpp:174
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