Studio 2015 TM entry date format - how to change?
Thread poster: Ekaterina Kroumova

Ekaterina Kroumova  Identity Verified
Local time: 10:19
French to Bulgarian
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Oct 8, 2016

Hello Studio wizards,

I've just installed Studio 2015 and I have the following problem: when I perform a concordance search, the date of TM entries appears under the mm/dd/yyyy format, while I would like it to be dd.mm.yyyyy, as it is in Studio 2014 and Windows 7 settings. How can I change this setting, as it confuses me a lot (is 10/09 10 September or 9 October?).



[Modifié le 2016-10-08 16:28 GMT]


 

George Cook
United Kingdom
Local time: 08:19
French to English
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Known issue Oct 11, 2016

This is a known bug in newer iterations of the software. Studio is _supposed_ to take its date format from your OS settings, but in recent updates a bug has been introduced whereby Studio overrides this to show in US format at all times (it also defaults to 12-hour clock format with AM/PM switches).

I agree with you; it is extremely annoying, and indeed confusing. I have been assured by SDL that it will be fixed. I would expect this to be fixed in the final release version of Studio 2017. Until then, we'll just have to be very careful!


 


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