[BUG] Dates not following local format
On my Win10 PC I have the dates set to follow UK Standard. Which is a similar standard across Europe.
Today is 2nd October 2017. So the date should be shown as 02/10/2017 and time 17:50:31
BUT for some odd reason, Vivaldi is showing dates in the broken US format. This seems odd for a European built product as I thought there were only a few places on the planet who puts dates back to front in that USAian style.
Here is an example from the DOWNLOADS window. Would be good to have that time stamp in 24hour as per my OS too.
@pesala Bug report done.
Didn't get a bug reference number after posting, so not sure how to track it. Should be obvious to spot for anyone not in the USA. Unless I have been time travelling back to February today.
@mallen You will get a bug number in your email. The bug-tracker is closed. You can see which bugs have been fixed in the changelog on the blogs, but if two or more bug reports were submitted for one bug, only one will be shown.
In short, you will know it's fixed when you update and see for yourself that it's fixed.
@pesala That makes sense. Email arrived now as VB-33398
Not as if any extra info is really needed from me on that one. Should be easy to spot. Would have been even easier if the bug report had allowed attachments, so I pointed at this thread instead. The image says it all really.
now as VB-33398
Bug is now VB-33398 "Dates should follow local OS format in Downloads" and confirmed by me.
@gwen-dragon Yay! For some reason I get the feeling you may be Welsh. So guess you are seeing the same as me with UK settings on the PC.
@mallen Same here, but does NOT have wrong format on vivaldi://history/
So possibly problem only on downloads panel.
Note: @Gwen-Dragon is German not Welsh - must be a black forest Dragon
I get the feeling you may be Welsh.
I am a german gal. My second Prename is Gwendolyn.