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Registered: ‎03-24-2009
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Date Format (non-US)

I noticed this a while ago - just forgot to write it up !

If you set the preference to UK format (dd-mmm-yyyy or dd-mm-yy) then it does crazies with the date!Date shows as 23-063-2009 ?

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Registered: ‎11-05-2008

Re: Date Format (non-US)

Well, that's just not right! Smiley Surprised

 

Thanks for letting us know Mike -- I've opened a case (#2510) and I'll report back when I hear something from our provider.

 

Thanks,

Tawny Mergel

Community Manager

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Re: Date Format (non-US)

Hi Mike,

 

Your date format should be working now.  Please check it out and let me know.  Apparently the system requires MM instead of mm.  They have submitted it as a bug because both formats should work.  For now though, MM must be used.

 

Thanks,

Tawny Mergel

Community Manager

Silver Super Contributor
Posts: 801
Registered: ‎03-24-2009

Re: Date Format (non-US)

Hi, indeed it is - thanks !

Mike

 

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Re: Date Format (non-US)

My pleasure! Smiley Happy

Tawny Mergel

Community Manager