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Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Ticket #18146, comment 47


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02/15/2019 06:26:13 PM (3 years ago)
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johnjamesjacoby
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  • Ticket #18146, comment 47

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    33Me setting this to my timezone immediately introduces discrepancies for all other accounts outside of my timezone.
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    5 All of those settings ''probably'' belong in their own "Locale" page, along with the site language itself. Together, these represent a group of site settings that should be fallbacks for when user preferences do not exist (like in the case of an anonymous, guest, or non-logged-in account.)
     5All of those settings ''probably'' belong in their own "Locale" page, along with the site language itself. Together, these represent a group of site settings that are regionally nuanced, and should serve as fallbacks for when user preferences do not exist (like in the case of an anonymous, guest, or non-logged-in account.)
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     7* The site I write for is in Europe
     8* I live in Milwaukee
     9* European date format is `day/month/year`
     10* American date format is `month/day/year`
     11* They want their visitors to see dates in European format
     12* I want to see WordPress admin in my format
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    715Also note that WordPress admin does not use these date or time formatting settings in many places of the admin-area UI, and that it is entirely up to the theme to either use the correct `get_the_date()` or `get_the_time()` functions, or manually look for and obey the `date_format` and `time_format` options themselves.