blchupin at iinet.net.au
Wed Aug 24 09:43:45 UTC 2011
On 23/08/11 21:12, Colin Law wrote:
> On 23 August 2011 09:06, Basil Chupin<blchupin at iinet.net.au> wrote:
>> On 23/08/11 17:18, Colin Law wrote:
>>> On 23 August 2011 02:14,<molaxp at aol.com> Â wrote:
>>>> Time and Date Settings work in most fields. But the settings take no
>>>> when set to AM/PM. It worked whe I first installed the OS. The software
>>>> been updated several times from that point to now.
>>> This has all got a bit confusing. Â I think it would be a good idea if
>>> you described *exactly* what you do and what does and does not happen.
>>> Â Do not just say things like time and date settings work in most
>>> fields, as we may not know exactly which app you are using. Â So
>>> describe what you do to get the settings up, what you change, and what
>>> result you see, and where the result is seen (in the time display in
>>> top panel for example).
>>> Though why anyone would want am/pm format time is a wonder to me.
>> Colin, old boy, I admire your stamina and persistence - but I am afraid that
>> you have created the confusing situation for yourself :-) .
>> Read back over the thread and you will find that you replied to Roberto, and
>> not to something which "molax" wrote.
> I don't think so, it was definitely molax who wrote "Time and Date
> Settings work in most fields. But the settings take no effect when set
> to AM/PM. It worked whe I first installed the OS. The software has
> been updated several times from that point to now."
Yep, he (molax) did write that but what started "the hares running" was
your reply to Roberto which you thought was from 'molax' :-) .
But no problemo - I can see that even NoOp has now got himself embroiled
in the 'intricacies' of this thread :-) .
"Oh what a tangled web we weave
When first we practice to deceive."
Sir Walter Scott
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