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    Date format question!

    I ran into this question while trying to set up a birthday field.
    So this is what flynax date offer

    Screen Shot 2013-08-19 at 4.13.13 PM.jpg

    But it is very inconvenient if your click on the calendar and manually click it back to year 1970 or so. If u want to manually type it it the box, the box doesn't even show the full format guide line in it. And I asked this question before but haven't got a reply yet: How to change the format to DD-MM-YYYY.

    Is there anyway to make it more user friendly like vbulletin. This would be the much easier for user.
    Screen Shot 2013-08-19 at 4.18.04 PM.jpgScreen Shot 2013-08-19 at 4.11.44 PM.png

    Thank you

  2. #2
    A quick up for support.

  3. #3
    Just a quick question.
    Is there anyone using this account field: Date?
    Does any1 have the similar thought as mine?

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    I'm using it too. Currently I put a "?" to guide users key in the date in YYYY-MM-DD format.

    It would be great flynax make changes on the Date input.

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    Yea, I submit ticket b4, and was told to change it in language -> date format. ALready did it in the 1st place (%d/%m/%d). And it work on everything else (listing post date, etc), except this date field. It should be a simple fix, but still there, not too many people see it.

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    So is this a complicated fix? It seems both flynax support ticket and forum support have no solution. That is just sad. I thought it could be fixed.
    Please provide support to change date format of Account field: Date to: dd/mm/yyyy
    And remove the calendar icon

  7. #7
    I agree with you, it' really necessary a dedicated field.

  8. #8
    Hello. Please advise where to change the shortened date format?

  9. #9
    Flynax developer Rudi's Avatar
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    You can change it here: templates/sunny/tpl/listing.tpl

    change this line:

    {toPrettyDateTimeShort date=$listing.Date}

    to the date format you need:


    see more details here: https://www.smarty.net/docs/en/langu...ate.format.tpl

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    Thank you, Rudi!

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