Sorry, perhaps I should have been clearer. I am not saying one format is right and another wrong, simply that the GUI should obey the OS regional settings. In my case, the long date format is “dd mmmm yyyy” and the time format is “HH:mm:ss”.
Interestingly though, the format in your screen shot is at least still showing the date using a UK format and not the US one used in the CIS GUI (UK = day number before month, US = Day number after month).
I did some sligthly changes in the .template-files and rename (copy) them and was to lazy to change description inside, I only added 24 in title so we know that’s 24-hour (UK or eg. swedish) format and not 12 ;D
It looks like CIS use a custom (comma separated) time format string and change it accordingly to some Langid.
As 1053 (swedish) changes the formatting whereas apparently 2057 doesn’t, it looks like additional detection should be added to provide a custom comma separated format for 2057 (GBR)
The global long/short date/time formats are not used whereas changing the corresponding langid regional settings will also change the date display format in applications (regional setting are used also to customize the short/long date/time formats for a Language. Eg short format could be edited as dd/mm/yy or yy/mm/dd or dd/mm/yyyy and so on)
Sorry for that, but it might depends on that my XP is swedish and therefore it shows as it should for me with date format (no, I don’t want swedish language but I want time and date in right order).