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Old 21st June 2006, 07:14 AM
ticonzero Offline
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FC5 - Evolution 2.6 date format

dear all,

in my new FC5 box evolution 2.6 use a new way of displaying date and time...

- for the messages sent/received today the field date says "today"
- for the messages sent/received yesterday the field date says "yesterday"
- for 2 day ago to 7 days ago the field date has the name of the day without the number of the day
- for older messages the field date has the name of the month and number of the day

I would like to set a simple dd/mm/yyyy for ALL the received/sent messages...

is that possible?

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Old 21st June 2006, 07:16 AM
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That'd be nice. I've been wanting to display date/time that way as well, but haven't gotten around to searching for a solution.
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Old 22nd June 2006, 07:48 AM
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I started thinking it's impossible...usenet and google doens't help...the only way is looking at the source code anyway it's very odd the decision to do not have the standard date format you can see in EVERY software...
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