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Discussion in 'macOS' started by rapp.dk, May 12, 2005.
How do I fix this problem ..?
How did it happen? Suddenly, maybe after installing some software or did you try to edit the widget?
Have you tried:
- restarting the widget?
- rebooting the machine?
- repairing permissions?
- downloading a new version the widget (if the standard ones are available, at all)?
looks to me like it might be set to a different language?
After upgrade to Tiger!
How do I change it..?
Yes it set to Danish, but I don't know if it pulls that from International settings in System Preferences or if it's a hack, thus my question if he had changed the widget, like I had to do to make my World Clock to show my home town :
I think it the Date settings from System Preferences -> International -> Formats.
Edit: But it's kind of weird, because my Norwegian one works just fine:
Just to clarify:
So it's been that way since you installed Tiger, and you have no "messed" with it at all...?
And you have not tried any of the possible solutions I mentioned above...?
Yes x 2
Hmm... if restarting the widget, repairing permissions and rebooting the machine doesn't help and the widget hasn't been tampered with I'm not sure...
When I change my International Formats to Danish, the widget looks just fine (see attachment)...
Have you installed/removed any fonts...? (Starting to look elsewhere... )
I'm beginning to be really afraid you might have to reinstall Tiger...
I agree back up all you need and start over probably the best way to go bro. Just reinstall Tiger.