What I meant is something like:
TXTReplace,<system_time.rc>,"[date('ddd. mmm. d')]","[date('%format%')]"That localizes your 'LiteStep' install script for every language.
It's interesting, but not so simple.
Please, do not forget that this is not a general
Locale issue, this is a Locale issue related to LiteStep/AusterityShell
(this is very important).
Furthermore under LiteStep/AusterityShell
clock-time and date-format are two issues much different: clock-time is set switching 1 bit from "n" to "i" (from 12hour to 24hour format), date-format accepts and recognizes a certain number of characters (probably all) writing instead (ddd. d mmm. yyyy /), but it doesn't accept capital letters.
And "system_time.rc" file editing is not only needed
in order to right Localize your system even in order to set your personal preferences, but it is also a root
-setting (this is very important too).
In fact this means that if you edit "system_time.rc" bit in order to show clock-time format as 24hour
then there is no
way to show it in another format editing a registry entry.
Furthermore I don't know if your string should work (I didn't try it), but I know that "system_time.rc" file editing does not recognize capital
letter and unfortunately in Vista there is no
date-format without capital letter inside.
Then even if your string worked the date-display under LiteStep/AusterityShell
should be wrong
at any case.