Follow-Up Notice | Windows Application Issue | Apache Software Foundation | REF # 20762704
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From: Lei Zhang (Axelerate LLC)
Sent: Tuesday, September 10, 2019 1:32 PM To:[hidden email] Cc: Oscar Ortiz (MS) <[hidden email]> Subject: Windows Application Issue | Apache Software Foundation | REF # 20762704
Dear Windows developer,
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during routine internal testing. We’re reaching out to notify you of a potential issue in one of your applications.
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Apache Software Foundation
[Japanese Calendar][Win32][OpenOffice & 4.16.9790]: [Inserting the date in OpenOffice application is giving English date format even after enabling Japanese calendar
OS build: 18362, 17763
OS: Windows 10
a) Open Intl.cpl
b) Select "Japanese (Japan)" from the "Format" drop down
c) Select "Additional Settings" Date
d) In the "Calendar Type" dropdown, select the 2nd calendar "和暦",
which is the Japanese.