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Babu_kun #1 Posted Sep 07 2017 - 12:17

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Its about the WoT.com news and updates, don't really have a place in forums about it but it is feedback about the section.

 

I just happened to notice the date format for the news and such is using the EU format of DD/MM/YYYY and not the US format of MM/DD/YYYY.

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Nothing too crazy but kind of annoying and sometimes misleading for the, idk, 85-90% of NA players.



johnmadara #2 Posted Sep 07 2017 - 12:31

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its day/month/year for canada

Babu_kun #3 Posted Sep 07 2017 - 12:42

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View Postjohnmadara, on Sep 07 2017 - 07:31, said:

its day/month/year for canada

 

That's why i said US format and not NA format.

Worland #4 Posted Sep 07 2017 - 12:42

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We old military guys still do the 7 Sep 2017 format. Drives you Cupcakes crazy for some reason.

johnmadara #5 Posted Sep 07 2017 - 12:54

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View PostBabu_kun, on Sep 07 2017 - 11:42, said:

 

That's why i said US format and not NA format.

 

you said EU lmbo

Desert_Fox_1969 #6 Posted Sep 07 2017 - 13:13

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View PostWorland, on Sep 07 2017 - 06:42, said:

We old military guys still do the 7 Sep 2017 format. Drives you Cupcakes crazy for some reason.

 

We also use the 24 hour time format :teethhappy:

Morty__ #7 Posted Sep 07 2017 - 13:45

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Well the US format is dumb and should be boycotted and I applaud Wargaming... It should either be most-significant-to-least-significant (yyyy-mm-dd) or least-significant-to-most-significant (dd/mm/yyyy). The US uses mm/dd/yyyy which is just dumb. It's not sortable and there are no benefits to it (other than habit). Glad I got that off my chest :-)

moogleslam #8 Posted Sep 07 2017 - 14:19

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Military Days should be universal; 07Sep17.  Zero confusion.

Nonamanadus #9 Posted Sep 07 2017 - 14:33

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The world does not revolve around US formats.....boo to the date format, fahrenheit and Imperial measurements.

 

Oh yeah....fix the ratio on hotdog buns verses weiner package ratios.....



Uncle_Napalm #10 Posted Sep 07 2017 - 14:56

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View Postjohnmadara, on Sep 07 2017 - 06:54, said:

 

you said EU lmbo

 

You are really struggling with reading comprehension this morning... need more coffee?

Babu_kun #11 Posted Sep 07 2017 - 20:36

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View PostNonamanadus, on Sep 07 2017 - 09:33, said:

The world does not revolve around US formats.....boo to the date format, fahrenheit and Imperial measurements.

 

Oh yeah....fix the ratio on hotdog buns verses weiner package ratios.....

 

I'm with this 100%




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