Hi to y’all
Problem: cannot change es_PY to en_US. English is the only locale I use. No Spanish on my system.
On my Debian Buster installation everything and all is in English. I started Kicad for the first time and it came up in Spanish warning me that it can’t change to en_PY (I’m located in Paraguay).
What the heck!?
Of course it cannot change to es_PY because I don’t have it installed. I’m using en_US (UTF8) and once in awhile en_GB.
OK, I try to change the language in the menu to English. Kicad again warns me that it cannot change to es_PY and refuses to change to English.
I installed the es_PY locale just to try another approach.
Nogo. Still “cannot change to es_PY” and no way to change to en_US.
Am I crazy? or is Kicad?
There is no Spanish locale on my Debian Buster installation.
I expect application software to respect my locale settings and not to do some weird geolocation or listen to my neighbours.
There are many languages spoken in Paraguay e.g.: Corean, English, German, Low-German, Guaraní, Japanese, Polish, Russian, Toba, Ucranian, … and last but not least Spanish. How can anyone guess correctly which language I prefer?
Any hint for a workaround or how to prevent Kicad from looking up my location would be very much appreciated.
Cheers to all
Eike Lantzsch ZP6CGE