Using Microsoft Excel 2007 on wine-stable, it works fine, just my dates are US format mm/dd/yyyy and I want dd/mm/yyy
- yes, I can change them individually in Excel but this is annoying.
On Windows, Excel uses the Regional Settings in Control Panel, but I have no idea how to fix this on wine, other than perhaps tweaking the command line for each program, which is way too dangerous on Bodhi as it might never start again.
Is there an easy way to change my locale so Excel uses the correct date format? (I want Euro and English, so Ireland is fine)
Based in Austria on an English system, entering the following at the command line: locale
However, being a Bodhi n00b, how can I simply assign this to a desktop icon and so it runs when I click ? (I have desktop icons ON) but as a 30 year Windows veteran, sadly this is no Right Click > New > Shortcut
I get the icon, but it doesn't run, despite using copy/paste.
if you can you post the output of the desktop icon file you created in the above it will be helpful. You will find the file in ~/Desktop (although you'l need to know the name you gave the desktop file). If you don't know file name, then use the ls command to find out). Once you have the file name post the output of the cat command here and we'll try to help get your desktop launcher working