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How To Change the Language and Date Language

 
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Hi
1. I had tried to change the default language from en_US to fr_FR which is systemglobal.properites

But even i am getting the messages from en_US not from fr_FR.properties

2. I want to display the Date in the french language so how to convert the date to french ( i know how to convert using java using Locale)But i want to know in jforum is there any setting or any change in properties file

Please Help Me
[originally posted on jforum.net by rb68626]
 
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1) This is the language that is used for setting new user defaults. Existing users will have to change the language setting in their profiles. (Or it can be globally changed via some DB splunking and mods.)

2) Currently date and time are only defined by the JVM's Locale setting. Unfortunately, there is no jForum or user specific way to do this.
[originally posted on jforum.net by monroe]
 
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