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Due time issue (European format)

henrik.borcher says:

When creating or changing a due timestamp like 19:30 (European time format) it is recognized as 19:00.

Changing the time to 19:30 again will ensure the correct time.

Small problem, but annoying that I have to retype the time twice every time.

Posted at 7:39am on April 2, 2013

andrewski (Remember The Milk) says:

Hi henrik.borcher,
Could you let me know what language you're using and how you're adding the time? (Are you using Smart Add or the Due field on the right?) Some specific examples of what you're typing would be helpful, like so:

Clean up kitchen ^today 19:30 #Personal @Home

Thanks!

Posted 1 year ago

henrik.borcher says:

Hi Andrew,

I'm using Smart Add and writing the task description in Danish. My Win7 installation is English as is the RTM web interface.

An example: Test Navision ^today @ 1930 #djøf

This is timestamped as 1900.

I just tried without '@' with the same erroneous result.

Br

Posted 1 year ago

andrewski (Remember The Milk) says:

Hi henrik.borcher,
Ah, I see: the colon is required for the time, so '1930' won't currently work but '19:30' should. I've added that to our list to investigate.

Hope that helps in the meantime!

Posted 1 year ago

henrik.borcher says:

You're right, thanks.

I would certainly appreciate if "1930" could work as well. Makes it even easier to write tasks quickly. Especially on a mobile device.

Posted 1 year ago

brendan Pro says:

Hi henrik.borcher,
Thanks very much for your feedback on this!

Posted 1 year ago

henrik.borcher says:

Not a problem.

Will I know when the task has been completed? Or could you put a timeframe on the issue?

Thanks!

Posted 1 year ago

brendan Pro says:

Hi henrik.borcher,

We don't have a timeline to announce for adding support for this format, but our blog and our Twitter feed are the best places to watch for any news and updates on the service.

Posted 1 year ago

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