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Old 07-23-2017, 03:15 PM   #171
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Default Is the post date format different or same for all users?

I would like to parse and store the post date. I think the date format is the same for everyone, but I am not really sure. It could depend on system settings or browser language.

Does it look same to you?



My parse pattern is like this:
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MM-dd-yyyy, hh:mm a
The parse pattern will be configurable. But if it is something fancy like '32 minutes ago' or 'a couple of hours ago', a simple configurable pattern will not suffice.

Just hit the thanks button if it is the same for you, reply if otherwise.

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I believe the date format is the same for everyone and is USA (because a number of very respected members from that region could not cope with DD/MM). However, there is an option for members to change the time display to any time zone they choose. Assuming the script/code parses what is actually displayed then it will not be the same for everyone (ie two people could run the script and get different results depending on their settings).

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Personally I would prefer: yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm AM as then there'd be no room for confusion, but vef/vBulletin determines that I must instead use: mm-dd-yyyy, hh:mm AM

See vef Control Panel -> Edit Options -> Date & Time Options
where time zone can be set & daylight savings time applied.
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However, there is an option for members to change the time display to any time zone they choose. Assuming the script/code parses what is actually displayed then it will not be the same for everyone (ie two people could run the script and get different results depending on their settings).
Thanks for the hint. The different value for different users would not bother me. The important thing is that the parsing works.

The date is merely used as information. And to determine if the backup of a thread should be started. The longer the time since the last post, the longer the time to wait before backing it up.
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