TO CORRECT DATE AND TIME FORMAT.

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Scooby
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TO CORRECT DATE AND TIME FORMAT.

Post by Scooby » Tue Dec 20, 2016 11:36 am

Some users may be experiencing strange characters in the date and time format when they are on this site and if so this is how to correct it.

Firstly you must login at the top right of the screen. When you are logged in your name appears in place of the login option and this then becomes a clickable link. Place you cursor over your name and click. Three options will now appear. Choose the User Control Panel (UCP) option and click on that. Once you are in the UCP click on the Board Preferences tab in the row of options running across the top. Then you will see, down towards the bottom of this screen, an option My Date Format. This is a drop down box where you will see various options. It may be showing "Custom" Choose another option, maybe the first on the list where the date/time is, for example, 20 Dec 2016,11:18 The choice is yours though.

Then click the Submit option at the bottom of the screen and then click on Board Index at top left and have a look at the date/time as shown in the Forums. Is that correct, is it how you want to see it ? n.b. Your computer system time/date must be set correctly or it will not show the correct data. If the date is correct but the time is wrong because maybe you are in a different part of the World then go back to the Board Preferences screen and alter the My Timezone drop down box option to whatever corrects yor time. This largely trial and error and it may be that once you have set your My Date Format as shown earlier that your time will be correct anyway.
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bedwards1966
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Re: TO CORRECT DATE AND TIME FORMAT.

Post by bedwards1966 » Tue Dec 20, 2016 8:39 pm

Much better now! :D

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b-man
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Re: TO CORRECT DATE AND TIME FORMAT.

Post by b-man » Thu Jan 19, 2017 11:33 am

much better

why did i not see this sooner!

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