The Swedish standard for writing and showing dates should be following the ISO 8601 standard, with four digits representing the year, not two digits as it is now.
Hi fredrik, a screenshot or a more specific description of the issue is preferred. I am not quite clear which part of the UI the bug report is focused on. Thanks!
I guess maybe you mean the default Format when choosing to 'Format Cells->Numbers->Date->Format', the default format should be YYYY-MM-DD rather than YY-MM-DD when Sweden is selected as language?
Yifa(In reply to comment #2)
> I guess maybe you mean the default Format when choosing to 'Format
> Cells->Numbers->Date->Format', the default format should be YYYY-MM-DD rather
> than YY-MM-DD when Sweden is selected as language?
Yifan: Exactly. Sorry for bein unclear.
Hi Kohei, is it an Easy Hack? :)
Probably not an easy hack per se since the number format code is a bit convoluted.
I'll give this to Bubli, as she's worked on something in this neighborhood recently.
Albert Thuswaldner committed a patch related to this issue.
It has been pushed to "master":
fdo#35323 - fix for The standard date format for Swedish is wrong