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How to change time from 5 to 17:00

Thread began 6/01/2010 10:56 am by tone397472 | Last modified 6/05/2010 1:21 am by tone397472 | 2792 views | 11 replies


Originally Said By: Jimmy Wu
  You're the first person I've helped with this so far.  

I take that as a compliment!

Think this is about the same problem:


Well Jimmy I think it's common sense to have a option for Formatting time and date because:
24-hour clock
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"This system is the most commonly used time notation in the world today."

The 24-hour clock is a convention of time keeping in which the day runs from midnight to midnight and is divided into 24 hours, indicated by the hours passed since midnight, from 0 to 23.

This system is the most commonly used time notation in the world today.

[1] The 12-hour clock is, however, still dominant in a handful of countries,[1] particularly in Australia, Canada (except Quebec), the Philippines and the United States. In many countries both time systems are used, although, 12 hour time is mostly used in vocal speech for ease of use, and 24 hour time is preferred in writing. 24-hour notation is also popularly referred to as military time or astronomical time in the United States and Canada,[2] and in Australia (though rarely).[citation needed] In some parts of the world, it is called railway time or continental time. It is also the international standard notation of time (ISO 8601).[3] In the practice of medicine, the 24-hour clock is generally used in documentation of care as it precludes any ambiguity as to what time events occurred in the patient's medical history.

Thanks for your help, but the 24 hours is missing as a standard option, while most of the world is using it.

When somebody on the European continent (where I work) receives a email with AM and PM and CEST they do not know what this is about and it looks very stupid. And it's a bit strange that nobody has ever talked about it and that your company is not aware of this and it's also possible that the people with a problem changed it in the code and never contacted Web Assist about it.

You would expect it in the extension when you click the white envelope Email option you see "Email object" and "Character set" But no "Format Date" and "Format time".

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