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  • 24 hour clock

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  • 12 hour clock

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Thread: 24 hour clock instead of 12 hour clock

  1. #11
    yeah, 24 hour is best.
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  2. #12
    I use 12-hour clock.

    IMO 24 hours is more for military
    Yeah.

    18 hundred hours (example)

  3. #13
    12 hours, never really see 24 hour formats on forums.

    It could be good if you include it as an option rather than forced though.
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  4. I voted for 24hr, because my sleep "schedule" is so screwy that I seldom know if it's day or night!
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  5. #15
    I voted for 24hr, because my sleep "schedule" is so screwy that I seldom know if it's day or night!
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    Isn't there an option to let you choose between 24hour and 12hour on a per-member scale? I prefer 12-hour.
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  7. #17
    24 hours is so much easier since I'm used to it. I can't seem to remember which one is when it's night and when it's day.. I remember AM as after midnight.. or is it after midday?

    See? It's too difficult
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  8. vBulletin uses the php date function for time output.

    The default output format is h:i A. 24hr time would be H:i.

    How about a compromise: H:i / g:i A?
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  9. #19
    How about... 23:56 time?

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    vBulletin uses the php date function for time output.

    The default output format is h:i A. 24hr time would be H:i.

    How about a compromise: H:i / g:i A?

    The time is actually wrong on your forum. Although I've seen on some its right. I think there is supposed to be an option in forum software for setting your preferred timezone, but I do not see it on your VB install.
    Like Right now my post says posted at 10:36 AM but its actually 6:36 AM on my clock.

    Edit: I found it. Its in profile.php?do=editoptions
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