Please disregard this topic.

Please disregard this post.

I have 24 hour clock in Summary, Virus Defense.

I want 24 hour clock in the scheduler. :slight_smile:

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Language affects how times are shown. I’d like to use English but still show times in 24 hour format. Can we get an option for that? :a0

Maybe an option in Setup to display time as either 12-hour or 24-hour time would resolve this issue completely.

+1 I like 24 hour clock better.


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let’s live by the ISO standards

hh:mm:ss and yyyy-mm-dd

It would be nice but version 4.0 has taken care of this problem. ;D

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My daily experience in a mix working environment (messages, memos, etc), for a same date eg. 2009-05-08

uk: dd-mm-yy (08-05-09)
us: mm-dd-yy (05-08-09)
jp: yy-mm-dd (09-05-08)

And by way, the first day of the week is Monday, and the Letter format paper is a relic of the past :slight_smile:

Loose sizes

Current standard sizes of U.S. paper are a subset of the traditional sizes referred to below. “Letter”, “legal”, “ledger”, and “tabloid” are by far the most commonly used of these for everyday activities. The origins of the exact dimensions of “letter” size paper (8½ in × 11 in, 215.9 mm × 279.4 mm) are lost in tradition and not well documented. The American Forest and Paper Association argues that the dimension originates from the days of manual paper making, and that the 11 inch length of the page is about a quarter of “the average maximum stretch of an experienced vatman’s arms.”[1] However, this does not explain the width or aspect ratio. Outside of North America Letter size is also known as “American Quarto”.

ISO 216 standard (A4) has been adopted by all countries in the world except the United States and Canada. In Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, Chile and the Philippines, despite the ISO standard having been officially adopted, the U.S. “letter” format is still in common use.

It is just a matter of time :wink: