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Changed language settings apply only to newly started applications.
To change the language of all programs, you will have to logout first.
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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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&Locale
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Country or region:
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Move Up
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Move Down
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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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