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"1:00 instead of 13:00?"
Posted by David Schrimpf on Feb-07-01 at 01:43 PM (EST)
Is it possible to change the times after noon to appear as standard times, such as 1:00 PM instead of 13:00?

Even if it has to exclude the PM, I think it'll easier to understand than the way it is.

Thanks in advance.

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RE: 1:00 instead of 13:00?, Bill Weiner, Feb-07-01, (1)
RE2: 1:00 instead of 13:00, David Schrimpf, Feb-07-01, (2)
RE2: 1:00 instead of 13:00, Bill Weiner, Feb-08-01, (3)
1:00 vs. 13:00, Phyllis Choate, Mar-12-01, (4)
RE: 1:00 vs. 13:00, Bill Weiner, Mar-13-01, (5)

 

 
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1 . "RE: 1:00 instead of 13:00?"
Posted by Bill Weiner on Feb-07-01 at 05:18 PM (EST)
In response to your support request, I just emailed you a version of the uReserve script that formats time in regular 12-hour time rather than military time. Let me know if you didn't receive it and/or if you have any questions.
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2 . "RE2: 1:00 instead of 13:00"
Posted by David Schrimpf on Feb-07-01 at 07:24 PM (EST)
I received what appeared to be an automated reply to my support email, but nothing else. Since your message is stamped "5:18" (a couple of hours ago), I assume it should be here by now? It isnt...

Thanks for your help

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3 . "RE2: 1:00 instead of 13:00"
Posted by Bill Weiner on Feb-08-01 at 05:31 AM (EST)
Hmmm... It was sent to whatever email address was on your support request. I'll forward it again when I get into the office later this morning.
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4 . "1:00 vs. 13:00"
Posted by Phyllis Choate on Mar-12-01 at 03:39 PM (EST)
>In response to your support request, I
>just emailed you a version of
>the uReserve script that formats time
>in regular 12-hour time rather than
>military time. Let me know
>if you didn't receive it and/or
>if you have any questions.


could I please get a copy of this also?

thanks

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5 . "RE: 1:00 vs. 13:00"
Posted by Bill Weiner on Mar-13-01 at 06:33 AM (EST)
Yes. Just submit a support request (with your license number) via the Support Request Form at:

http://www.uburst.com/support.html

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