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I tried it out on my Sharepoint environment. If I choose as the Regional Setting Malay (Brunei Darussalam), the accepted decimal separator is the "." (dot). If I choose Malay (Malaysia), the accepted decimal separator is the "," (comma). So I think you just have to choose the other Malay regional setting. No IIS reset was needed in my tests. I hope it ...
Actually it is possible, although a bit hacky. Check-out this blog post: http://dotnet.lv/blogs/antonsm/archive/2008/12/21/change-date-format-in-sharepoint.aspx I have been using this method a couple of times and it has worked fine in my cases.
I don't think it's possible. You could create a webcontrol which shows the date like you want it. In case of a date in a list, you should use a content query webpart with a custom xsl If you want to show the date like you want it in a list: Create a Date column(Call Date1), leave it on the default view Then create another column for your text version date ...
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