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    Default First day of week / date format / number format (on 1.1.1)

    Allright guys... I'm still experiencing all the new 1.1.1 stuff, so I just found out that we are now able to adjust the date format (including first day of week in calendar). I didn't find that piece of info here, so I'll post it for everyone.

    First of all you need to activate internationalization. Edit M68AP.plist found in /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/ and set "international" to "true". Maybe you have to reboot your phone now, not sure about that.

    After that go to Settings -> General -> International -> Region Format.
    Change it to whatever you like.

    Your date/time format and "first day of week" in calendar should change immediatelly. Maybe it has some more effects, but I don't know about them yet :-)

    Update: Just found out that the number format also gets changed with this setting! So no more hacking needed for that one :-)
    Last edited by Saimen; 10-12-2007 at 09:05 PM.



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    Thanks, it worked great for me. I didn't have to reboot after editing the M68AP.plist file. I just pressed sleep and "Slide to unlock".

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    Yes, this worked great for me too, although I did have to restart the phone to get the "international" menu option to show up

    Great job, much cleaner solution than hacking the phone format of the US to match your country.

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    Can you upload the file so we can use it. Yhanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mickie@wanadoo.nl View Post
    Can you upload the file so we can use it. Yhanks.
    Well, it's much easier if you edit your own file, because it also contains the display order of your icons. If everyone downloads the same file, the icon order could be messed up.


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    Now that I have done this all mu phone number formats have changed to ########### I have re-edited UIPhoneFormatsList.plist within the UK section to match how they were edited within the US section (before performing this) and that does not seem to change them to my desired format?

    Do we have to edit something else in order for the UK formats to be displayed to our liking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amp88759 View Post
    Do we have to edit something else in order for the UK formats to be displayed to our liking?
    There is no need to edit anything in UIPhoneFormatsList.plist. Try to copy the original file to your phone.

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    Thanks for hte great work.
    How about the phone format when receiveing calls?
    Like u will sometimes has the international prefix form a call or a sms text.
    And i wont just match with your contacts if you stored without the prefix.
    And does this fix the (***)***-***as well?
    When I tried to use the old way we did on 1.0.2, upload and overwrite those 2 files and then the iphone just brick.
    Any idea?
    Thanks

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    do i need to decode this file somehow? it seems to be text+some binary data.. don't want to screw it up

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by parkertseng View Post
    How about the phone format when receiveing calls?
    Like u will sometimes has the international prefix form a call or a sms text.
    And i wont just match with your contacts if you stored without the prefix.
    And does this fix the (***)***-***as well?
    Well, this solves the problem of the format your numbers are displayed (brackets, spaces, ...). However, it does not solve the problem of the correct matching between local and international number format. For this one you need another hack: http://iphone.fiveforty.net/wiki/index.php/AppSupport

    Quote Originally Posted by agiantalienforce View Post
    do i need to decode this file somehow? it seems to be text+some binary data.. don't want to screw it up
    Yes, you either need to use the "Property List Editor" (Mac developer tools) or convert it to ASCII. There's an online converter which you can find here: http://140.124.181.188/~khchung/cgi-bin/plutil.cgi

    There is no need to convert it back to binary when you're done.


 

 
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