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Bobgpr
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I have a suggestion: Can you please format dates like we use in the US? e.g. the date for this post will probably appear as "15/04/2013" whereas I think most US people would prefer to see "04/15/2013". I know you're a big international company, but you're still based in the US and probably do most of your business here. Also there are ways to detect a user's browser preferences or location and base a date format on that. Or even change it to "April 15, 2013". It can be confusing when I'm trying to figure out how recent (and therefore, how relevant) some information might be. Thanks.
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So, what other changes have been made since February? Your forum pages still have this problem on some android phones.
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Bobgpr wrote:I have a suggestion: Can you please format dates like we use in the US? e.g. the date for this post will probably appear as "15/04/2013" whereas I think most US people would prefer to see "04/15/2013". I know you're a big international company, but you're still based in the US and probably do most of your business here. Also there are ways to detect a user's browser preferences or location and base a date format on that. Or even change it to "April 15, 2013". It can be confusing when I'm trying to figure out how recent (and therefore, how relevant) some information might be. Thanks.
To be fair for all users around the world including Asia, use the best format yy/mm/dd. (no, I'm ok with the U.S. format)
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The international format is day month year. Europe, Asia and Australia use this (to name a few).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calendar_date

The U.S. are luddites when it comes to embracing all new weights and measures. Litres versus gallons, kilometres versus miles, kilograms versus pounds. Jimmy Carter, why did you drop the ball?

Anyway, nothing personal. The occupants of the North American country known as the United States can sometimes be a little egocentric when it comes to standards. And that is entirely why the rest of the world has to be conversant with imperial and metric.
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Rangersam wrote:The international format is day month year. Europe, Asia and Australia use this (to name a few).
Hmm....but you can't ignore the 2nd and 3rd biggest economic powers
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Date_format_by_country
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Jlien X wrote:
Rangersam wrote:The international format is day month year. Europe, Asia and Australia use this (to name a few).
Hmm....but you can't ignore the 2nd and 3rd biggest economic powers
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Date_format_by_country


I choose to start ignoring you now
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Rangersam wrote:
Jlien X wrote:
Rangersam wrote:The international format is day month year. Europe, Asia and Australia use this (to name a few).
Hmm....but you can't ignore the 2nd and 3rd biggest economic powers
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Date_format_by_country


I choose to start ignoring you now
It's not a big deal, so let's forget it. I sincerely apologize if I offended you. m(_ _)m
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thank you to the management

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one change i would like implemented is the ability to delete your own post.

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i dont always get alerted via email with a reply. its random
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Bobgpr wrote:I have a suggestion: Can you please format dates like we use in the US? e.g. the date for this post will probably appear as "15/04/2013" whereas I think most US people would prefer to see "04/15/2013". I know you're a big international company, but you're still based in the US and probably do most of your business here. Also there are ways to detect a user's browser preferences or location and base a date format on that. Or even change it to "April 15, 2013". It can be confusing when I'm trying to figure out how recent (and therefore, how relevant) some information might be. Thanks.


Kind of selfish request I smell...
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NickWeiland wrote:i dont always get alerted via email with a reply. its random


Me too. And most annoying nearly every email with a reply is not formated. I always see the html raw data. The notifications looks like this (random pick):

<html><br /><head><br /><base href="http://forumsarchive.presonus.com/"><br /><style type="text/css">@import url( http://forumsarchive.presonus.com//templates/default/styles/style.css );</style><br /></head><br /><body><br />im looking forward to 2.6 <img src="http://forumsarchive.presonus.com//images/smilies/3b63d1616c5dfcf29f8a7a031aaa7cad.gif" /><br /><br><br />---------<br><br />Read this topic online: http://forumsarchive.presonus.com/posts/list/285/37825.page#257491<br><br />Unsubsribe to this topic: http://forumsarchive.presonus.com/posts/unwatch/37825.page<br><br /></body><br /></html>


Every fourth or fifth notification is alright and formated so you can read it. (Happens on the phone and PC..) But the rest above I just delete it....Pretty useless. Sorry but this is a big fail by the presonus web developer.
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I put the HTML you posted into an HTML file and it opens fine as HTML. Not sure what the problem is. I have the same issue.

Also the same issue with notifications. Sometimes I won't get notifications until I log into the boards.
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jBranam wrote:one change i would like implemented is the ability to delete your own post.


No! Then the DELETE ME thread would never have happened!
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mwright137 wrote:I put the HTML you posted into an HTML file and it opens fine as HTML. Not sure what the problem is. I have the same issue.

Also the same issue with notifications. Sometimes I won't get notifications until I log into the boards.


The funny thing is that the notification of your post was fine! I don't know what the prob is here, but could be related to the option you have to "Disable HTML in this message" under the text editor.
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