They explained it in the other thread.
You set “Time” to en_DK.UTF-8.
But what was not clearly communicated in that thread, was that there are 2 different configs (at least on my system).
The settings you change is located in ~/.config/plasma-localerc.
Then there is also the SYSTEM locale, depending on what distro you are on, mine is in /etc/locale.conf.
None of that has anything to do with fonts though.
You should not have to install any fonts if you do above.
Wait, you want the other way around. Then en_US.UTF-8 is probably what you want (if you want YYYY-MM-DD) or maybe C will work. I’m not sure how KDE will handle C though.
What supposed attitude? I attempted to answer your question! I realize that limits to FAQ - KDE Discuss exist, but if you’re to criticise my personality, at least have the decency to elaborate. Passive aggression does us no good. Might you cease that?
…so why do you mention it, then?
Because you don’t seem to understand how locales on linux works.
That sentence is rather fundamentally nonsensical, because locales aren’t handled by the kernel in any manner, to my knowledge, and the scope of this question is solely that of the DE, more specifically, that of KDE Plasma 5.
I don’t know what you’re referring to.
Exactly. You need to learn more.
Then explain. What does merely stating such unactionable advice provide to either of us?
Don’t respond unless you intend to be courteous. Anything but that can only be explained as infantile stubbornness. I am willing to forget any ill will if you do.