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I have try to change 12h show to 24 in the calender but still I get pm in where you create a new event. it looks little silly to have 24h with pm/am. I cant find where to change it.
And more when I try to create a new time event I cant set end time when event is ending, just date & month is possible and start time.


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Am note sure if this is right forum to post this in?


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Hi,

For the internationalisation of the calendar, check out the 'calendar' language file. It's similar to what's in 'global'.

You've found a bug in the date selector, I'll get that fixed.

This forum is ok, we don't get too uptight about where to post.


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I have look there still cant find it, can u see if I have miss something here?

[strings]^M
calendar_minute=%H:%M^M
calendar_minute_no_seconds=:00^M
calendar_minute_ampm_known=%H:%M^M
calendar_date=Y-m-d^M
calendar_date_verbose=l jS F Y^M
calendar_date_range_single=H:i (jS)^M
calendar_day_of_month=jS^M
calendar_day_of_month_verbose=l jS^M
calendar_month_in_year=%b %Y^M
calendar_month_in_year_verbose=%B %Y^M
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Actually, it's this in global.ini:

time_hour=h a

The 'a' bit does it. I think that needs to be time_hour=H.


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That was correct and I have to change this one to
time_hour_and_mins H:i a to H:i

thanks now it's look much nicer… :thumbs:
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