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Date/Time Formats

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Working internationally, I am not bothered by it so much, but the electricians get rather confused by the date/time formats. US users are looking for:

 

Month/day/year - - and - - 12 hour time formats

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Are you referring to the time and date in the Information Bar (bottom right hand corner of monitor screen), or are there other areas this applies to :?:

 

The manual does state that the clock is in 24 hour format and the date is dd/mm/yyyy :wink:

 

Do you think that it would it be a good idea to have a user selectable option in Desk Setup to display the clock in 12 or 24 hour formats, and the date in day/month/year or month/day/year.

 

PS I have always found the US date convention confusing ... 5/6/2003 will always be 5th June to me, not the 6th May :lol:

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I agree with you completely (except for the date format -- just depends on what you grew up with!). Primarily I noticed it in the disking functions where a write to disk has a time/date stamp. When it comes to disks and files, it is best not to confuse the operator! :D:D

 

We all know what happens in that case! :D:D

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