Admin interface date/time format
Problem reported by Damir Matešić - August 18, 2017 at 1:25 PM
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Hi, i want to have my local date/time format in admin interface. This is out of mind. Why i should use/understand the 10/5/16 5:57 PM format? I already had this problem in other part of the interface. 

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Derek Curtis Replied
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Thanks, Damir. I've added this to our sprint. Thinking a "Time Zone" setting per Administrator account would resolve this, just as you set the time zone for users....
Derek Curtis
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Alex Carnot Replied
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Currently the date/time format is set by your browser language. Can you please confirm your browser language is set correctly? If so, what language are you using and what date/time format are you expecting?
Alex Carnot
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Hi, the browser language is set to croatian. And like all normal web applications I want to have the dates displayed in my local computer culture. That mean 13.5.2017 17:05 or d.m.yyyy mm:hh.
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Alex Carnot Replied
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Changing my browser language to Croatian had the requested result on the date/time formats across the interface:
What browser are you using?
Alex Carnot
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Ok, you are correct. When i put croatian on the top of languages i see them well.
 
 
But try to schedule a new calendar item:
this is still not ok!
 
Also i think that the computer culture format could be more usable for this but i can live with the browser untill it works well in all parts.
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Alex Carnot Replied
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In Chrome the date/time input fields are based on your system time.
However it appears you need to enter in the date format manually. Which I did on windows by going to Control Panel > Clock, Language, Region > Change date, Time, or number formats > Additional Settings.
Unfortunately these input fields are out of our control and each browser decides what the format should be on its own. For example, Firefox uses the browser language to determine the input field format.
Alex Carnot
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SmarterTools Inc.
(877) 357-6278
www.smartertools.com

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