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Will Gnome add the Jalali (=Persian=Shamsi) calendar as a default calendar, like what KDE has?

I saw that KDE has many calendars that can be used as default instead of Gregorian calendar.

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Are you using Gnome Shell? If yes, have a look at this extension:

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It's good. But I mean something that affects all the system, the dates of files (i.e. dates of modified, created...), and even the calendars like Evolution . . . (like what's in KDE) – MSajjadi Apr 10 '12 at 8:08
Ah, ok, then I don't really know. In Language Support there's a section with number, dates, etc. Did you try look at that? – dadexix86 Apr 10 '12 at 11:26
Yes, I did. There is nothing about Persian calendar or something like that. – MSajjadi Apr 15 '12 at 11:31

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