lapimate

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This is a continuation of this thread:

http://www.modaco.com/content-page/269830/...eekday/page/20/

HTC Touch Diamond2 T5362 Telstra. O/S Win Mobile 6.5 Prof CE5.2

Thanks to HolyFox. The file 590ad244_manila on this 'phone has some additional entries to the Diamond[1] file HolyFox provided. However following HolyFox's example I was able to copy & edit the 'phone's file manually (re-instating correct file properties using Resco File Explorer) as per this fragment:

<trans-unit id="IDS_DATEFORMAT">

<source>d-MMM-yy ddd</source>

</trans-unit>

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HTC Touch Diamond2 T5362 Telstra. O/S Win Mobile 6.5 Prof CE5.2

Lock Screen

I also like to have the "weekday" on the Lock Screen, since I use the 'phone as my (only) watch.

Using Resco Registry I first modified the Short Date format in HKLM\nls\overides SSDte to be d-MMM-yy ddd (example: 3-Mar-10 Wed). The format ordering ddd d-MMM-yy (Wed 3-Mar-10) results in the HTC Calendar failing to display appointments whereas the Microsoft Calendar is OK. Note SSDte also determines the date presentation in File Explorer; maybe there are also other side-effects.

Then I edited the file \windows\lockscreen\LS_LockScene_480x800.cpr to allow room for that longer format. Note the name of the file "...Scene..." not "...Screen..." Here are the new fragments:

... <Text ID="TimeText" Width="244" ...

...<Text ID="AMPMText" Left="256" Width="224" ...

...<Text ID="DateText" Left="256" Top="33" Width="224" ...

I haven't edited \windows\lockscreen\LS_LockScene_800x480.cpr

Thanks to TheDrizzle for a lead and to sector for vital info.

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