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date picker will not accept ISO8601-setting (Germany)

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In the cloud version you can activate the ISO8601-calendar format (including weeks that start on a Monday) in GENERAL SETTINGS - LOOK & FEEL. 

Please refer to my screenshot to see that - from my understanding - everything should work fine. But unfortunately it DOESN't! In the date picker I can see the point notation dd.mm.yyyy but the calender is still displayed in English and starts with a Sunday! 

 

What went wrongNO german calendar starting Monday.png

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Scott Theus
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Feb 27, 2019

Hi @Andreas Brey ,

I think this is a bug. Please review JRACLOUD-68381

You can also vote for the issue by clicking the "vote" link on the right, 

-Scott

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