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I have installed openerp on my computer and I want to run it for a company which uses another calendar culture (instead of Georgian one)
I have noticed that the calendar changes based on the locale code in language (we made a custom language file but because custom locale codes are not supported in OpenERP we had to use existing one so I just randomly picked up one but it's calendar was not right and when I changed the locale code to another, calendar changed to correspond the calendar on that location which was what we wanted) so if you want to change calendar without changing the language change the locale code. OpenERP seems to download date formats etc. somewhere online based on the locale code which also means that you can use locale codes for languages which doesn't have translations in OpenERP. However, note that if you put there locale code that is same as locale code for already existing language (e.g. en_US) it will overwrite that language file (happened to me when I changed locale code of our custom file into en_US so it overwrote language file for English).
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