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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributortcremote
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Registered: April 16, 2009
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Hi, is it possible for me to switch the date format back to day/month/year (like what we use on the rest of the planet!).
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Quoting tcremote:
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Hi, is it possible for me to switch the date format back to day/month/year (like what we use on the rest of the planet!).

Actually some of us on this planet use the ISO standard yyyy-mm-dd. But as someone said, the best thing about standards is that there are so many to chose from. 
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Do I take that to be a no?
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Kidding and ugly-date-format-calling aside: could the IOS app please respect the IOS data format settings? Same way that the Windows program respects the Windows settings?
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I asked this elsewhere and the answer lead me to changing my PCs settings from US English to UK English. Job done.
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That is on PC. And like I wrote: the invelos program for _windows_ is ok, it respects the OS settings like any other program.

But the IOS program (this being the IOS forum...) does _not_ respect the IOS settings, while any other app I have does.
I have my dates like 22/2/11 and 22 februari 2011 in settings, in all Apple native apps and in any other app. Only the DVD profiler displays this date like Februari 22, 2011.

Which for our part of the world is wrong, and in case of digits like 2/22/11 very misleading (obvious worst for dates with daynumber below 13!
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By the way: I even tried 'UK english' in stead of 'english' on my iphone and it did not make any difference.
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