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UK dates

Postby robnicholson » Tue May 31, 2011 1:51 pm

Ohh and another minor one but could lead to confusion at certains times of the year. We're UK based, all the systems have UK dates but the StarWind browse dialog displays in USA format:

http://www.picpaste.com/starwind_usa_dates-OM5eNrfa.png

Cheers, Rob.
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Re: UK dates

Postby anton (staff) » Thu Jun 02, 2011 8:10 pm

Rob,

thank you for your feedback! We've opened a bug tracker case and you should see this one fixed with V5.7 Gold or V5.8 in the worst case. I think we'll turn to more reasonable ctime(...) UNIX date & time formatting like "Fri Jan 28 01:02:40 2012".

Also shame on our team for misspelling "date" as "data" ((

Thanks again :)

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Re: UK dates

Postby robnicholson » Thu Jun 02, 2011 9:29 pm

LOL - I hadn't spotted the "Date/Data" misspelling and I'm normally a stickler for things like that ;-)

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Re: UK dates

Postby anton (staff) » Fri Jun 03, 2011 10:01 am

I do... As it's probably the first thing teachers do point at high school for non-native English speakers. At least here.

robnicholson wrote:LOL - I hadn't spotted the "Date/Data" misspelling and I'm normally a stickler for things like that ;-)

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Re: UK dates

Postby CraigLucero » Mon May 04, 2020 12:36 pm

anton (staff) wrote:I do... As it's probably the first thing teachers do point at high school for non-native English speakers. At least here.

robnicholson wrote:LOL - I hadn't spotted the "Date/Data" misspelling and I'm normally a stickler for things like that ;-)

Cheers, Rob.


In British English and American English there are many differences and I often happen to do misspellings. For that reason when I do research paper I have my paper edited.
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Re: UK dates

Postby yaroslav (staff) » Mon May 04, 2020 12:56 pm

Happens to me too. Practice makes it better though.
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