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Revert back to the old date format


  • 3 years ago · Quote · #41

    DrFrank124c

    My vote goes with the madhacker! Are we a democracy now?

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #42

    AnthonyCG

    Who the heck says "the tenth of October in the year 2012" anymore?

    I like Lord of the Rings as much as the next guy but c'mon! Tongue Out

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #43

    ghostofmaroczy

    Yay! The month is in words again!

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #44

    BayBak

    good news 4 me-now I`ll easily understand ;) thx!

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #45

    Disgruntled_Sheep

    AnthonyCG wrote:

    Who the heck says "the tenth of October in the year 2012" anymore?

    I like Lord of the Rings as much as the next guy but c'mon!

    Pretty much everyone in Australia I guess. As our date format is DD/MM/YYYY (or YY) that's how we say it:

    Today is the 20th of February 2013. Or more likely here people just say 20th of Feb Tongue Out

    That being said, February the 20th, 2013 isn't exactly confusing. But the written MM/DD/YY is confusing as anything. I completely agree with the OP about this. As apparantly so do the staff now. It appears that they read this thread and responded silently....

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #46

    Balachandar

    Disgruntled_Sheep wrote:
    AnthonyCG wrote:

    Who the heck says "the tenth of October in the year 2012" anymore?

    I like Lord of the Rings as much as the next guy but c'mon!

    Pretty much everyone in Australia I guess. As our date format is DD/MM/YYYY (or YY) that's how we say it:

    Today is the 20th of February 2013. Or more likely here people just say 20th of Feb

    That being said, February the 20th, 2013 isn't exactly confusing. But the written MM/DD/YY is confusing as anything. I completely agree with the OP about this. As apparantly so do the staff now. It appears that they read this thread and responded silently....

    Thanks for informing that they've changed it back. 

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #47

    Poompat

    Congrats, Bala...

    and Thanks...

    So now, we all can be "humans" again    :-)

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #48

    Charlotte

    thanks to staff for listening, it is much better.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #49

    Admiral_Kirk

    Scottrf wrote:

    Yeah, American dates are completely illogical.

    As an American, I 100% agree. The U.S. measurement system is also completely illogical. America is behind by a hundred years when it comes to such things.

     

    Thanks to the staff for reverting it back to how it should be.


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