Not Solved [How To?] Date and Time Formats not aplied in forums
#1
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Hi,

I've set my date and time format in the general settings. Apparently, it doesn't have any effect when a user has logged in and it shows in the english format. I want to prevent the latter since I've set the forum in Ducth.

Speaking of, is there a solution for the language issue as mentioned in this thread

Cheers,

Eddy
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#2
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Date and Time needs to be changed in the php.ini file 

Different Time Zones in php with below url
https://www.php.net/manual/en/timezones.php


If you want to put all your members on the Dutch Time Zone then open the below url for command in sql query

https://community.mybb.com/thread-92294-post-673189.html#pid673189


I hope this helps you.
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#3
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Hi,
Thanks for pointing that out, but that doesn't solve my issue. I cant to show all my dates/time in Dutch or in the format I want. As said, the general setting doesn't influence seems to influence this. The mentioned thread covers that, but doesn't seem to work either.
Cheers,
Eddy
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#4
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I believe that setting will only affect guests and new users, as existing users will already have a format stored in the database for their user, and changing the ACP setting won't change it for existing users otherwise it'd keep resetting it if users have changed it.
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#5
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I managed to set all users to a certain date/time format which avoids the translation issue.
But that isn't a real solution. I want to show the date names in the language of the forum is set. What is otherwise the use of translations?
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