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Is there any way to have date format yyyy-mm-dd, 24 hour clock Monday as start of week and English as language?

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Is there any way to get yyyy-mm-dd dates, 24 hour clock and Monday as start of week (as my LC_TIME indicates with sv_SE.utf-8) while keeping English as my main language? Changing locale to Canadian at least gets the date format and language correct but it's still 12-hour clock and Sunday as first day of week...

Is there any way to get yyyy-mm-dd dates, 24 hour clock and Monday as start of week (as my LC_TIME indicates with sv_SE.utf-8) while keeping English as my main language? Changing locale to Canadian at least gets the date format and language correct but it's still 12-hour clock and Sunday as first day of week...

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You could try creating the preferences mentioned in the post below (remove the blank space). AFAIK, it only affects the "most recent" columns in the Library. They don't affect "start of week". The Bugzilla discussion relates to Thunderbird.

https://www.reddit. com/r/firefox/comments/qy8dkx/til_you_can_change_the_default_datetime_format_in/

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