You might have wondered if anyone else would care as you were drafting that, but this is actually a frustratingly common topic for me. Thanks for the excellent detail.
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webfork wrote:You might have wondered if anyone else would care as you were drafting that, but this is actually a frustratingly common topic for me.
Don't tell me about frustration, this is one of my main gripes with most software I test.
So much so that I have come to take it for granted -- i.e., unless the dev expressly states otherwise, I expect formats to be excruciatingly non-compliant with international standards.
Thus, this effort isn't really selfless, it's here for the benefit of my future self...
Midas wrote: ↑Notepad3 defaults to a different locale date and time format -- i.e., something along the lines of '%I:%M %p %m/%d/%Y' in a Python strftime(?) directive look-alike (e.g., see https://strftime.org/).
All of this is rather confusing because Notepad3 online help (https://www.rizonesoft.com/documents/) is void of any reference and so it took me days to figure it out.
Quick note to point out that Notepad3's Github repo (github.com/rizonesoft/Notepad3) does contain detailed info about the settings in 'notepad3.ini' file.