When I start up my PC, the main login screen, showing the available
users, is not being displayed in Hebrew. That is: the time and date at the bottom
of the screen are in Hebrew, and the list of users is displayed
right-aligned like Hebrew text (even though the user names are in English).
This is a recent change, but I do not remember what setting I played with
which could have caused it. Under Configure your computer > System >
Manage localization for your system, Please choose a language - I chose
English, and Please choose a country - I chose United States.
So why does KDE insist on talking Hebrew on that panel? (Not that I have
any problem understanding, but I prefer English).
What other setting controls that login screen?