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Trying to track down how to:

In the UserBox

1) Change to read month/day/year (12/26/2013) instead of day/month/year (26/11/2013)

2) Even better yet just show month/year (November, 2013)

Currently:

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squirrel
8 years ago
Originally Posted by: retrofive 

Trying to track down how to:

In the UserBox

1) Change to read month/day/year (12/26/2013) instead of day/month/year (26/11/2013)

2) Even better yet just show month/year (November, 2013)

Currently:

That date is being displayed in a form localized to your server, it seems. That's how .NET handles anything 'that can be regionalized' or 'localized'. To drop the 'days' from it might need a source code change -- tha_watcha will have that answer for sure --


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retrofive
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8 years ago
Originally Posted by: squirrel 

Originally Posted by: retrofive 

Trying to track down how to:

In the UserBox

1) Change to read month/day/year (12/26/2013) instead of day/month/year (26/11/2013)

2) Even better yet just show month/year (November, 2013)

Currently:

That date is being displayed in a form localized to your server, it seems. That's how .NET handles anything 'that can be regionalized' or 'localized'. To drop the 'days' from it might need a source code change -- tha_watcha will have that answer for sure --

What is odd is the server (I manage; Server 2008r2) with direct/console access is set correct. Correct Time zone, UTC correct. Region settings are English (US).

In the admin index it shows it correct as well.

Is there a section/area/setting I'm missing?

squirrel
8 years ago
I can't seem to duplicate it at all on my end running latest code (last night, anyways) -- I logged into your site, but I didn't post - so can't see if it does it on my account or just yours. On my sites, the info renders properly - but all my servers are in the US, and so are my browser - and in my profile, I set everything accordingly (country) and so forth. I don't know how your're configured over that way - so don't know if those settings in your profile are affecting you or not. Seems most other places on your site it renders the date as expected. On my sites they all (including the join box) render as expected as well, - so I can't duplicate it on my end - another dev might be able to if they have time to get into it --
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Originally Posted by: squirrel 

I can't seem to duplicate it at all on my end running latest code (last night, anyways) -- I logged into your site, but I didn't post - so can't see if it does it on my account or just yours. On my sites, the info renders properly - but all my servers are in the US, and so are my browser - and in my profile, I set everything accordingly (country) and so forth. I don't know how your're configured over that way - so don't know if those settings in your profile are affecting you or not. Seems most other places on your site it renders the date as expected. On my sites they all (including the join box) render as expected as well, - so I can't duplicate it on my end - another dev might be able to if they have time to get into it --

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8 years ago
This is resolved. Some (I know who) had rights in the host settings to change region to Us-Can.

Flushing, IISREST, ect did not fo the job, broke down and did a complete reboot of the server with prior flushing did the trick.

I apologize for the lack of knowledge here.

:)