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German Date Format

Alluidh

Well-known member
#1
Hi

This is only a very, very small suggestion, but maybe it is possible to do

If you create a new language you have to define the "Date Format". Until now it is
Aug 22, 2013
August 22, 2013
22 Aug 2013
22 August 2013
22/8/13
8/22/13

In Germany it is standardised to use (Datumsformate nach ISO 8601:2004)
22. Aug 2013
22. August 2013

Yes, I know to use "Other" with
Code:
j. F Y
but maybe it is possible to get this included into the choices ;)

Thanks a lot
 

Amaury

Well-known member
#6
Amaury, this is a valid suggestion and should be treated as such. Yes, he can use Other, but the suggestion is to include more options that are used by another date standard.
I never said it wasn't valid, just that it doesn't matter, in my opinion. I probably should have worded that better. Apologies.
 

erich37

Well-known member
#7
Hi

This is only a very, very small suggestion, but maybe it is possible to do

If you create a new language you have to define the "Date Format". Until now it is
Aug 22, 2013
August 22, 2013
22 Aug 2013
22 August 2013
22/8/13
8/22/13

In Germany it is standardised to use (Datumsformate nach ISO 8601:2004)
22. Aug 2013
22. August 2013

Yes, I know to use "Other" with
Code:
j. F Y
but maybe it is possible to get this included into the choices ;)

Thanks a lot

great suggestion (y)


this missing "dot" has bothered me since 3 years ago, but I was just too lazy to create a suggestion for it......

:cool: