Date format in agenda view of calendar app.

by Mike Dent » Tue, 28 Apr 2009 00:38:40 GMT


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 Has anybody else noticed that the date format does not change
correctly in agenda view based on phone location?
It shows the dates as 04/27/2009 here in the UK. It should show 27/04/2009

Mike

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Date format in agenda view of calendar app.

by EboMike » Tue, 28 Apr 2009 11:24:53 GMT


 I remember seeing a bug in the tracker for that somewhere.
I actually thought about fixing that myself (since I got flak when my
app didn't do that at first), but I didn't want to change it while
Cupcake is to be released... I'm not quite knowledgeable enough about
which branches there currently are, and whether or not the issue has
already been fixed in one of them.

-Mike




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