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Offline ColinM

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jD 3.2.39 Content Plugin BUG2 Date Format
« on: 16.10.2015 09:51:29 »
This post was  started by Nyx It had 2 fault reports so it has been split into two separate topcs
The original report is at
jD 3.2.39 Content Plugin BUG1 - {sum_jcomments} bad
Query 2.  How to specify long or short date format

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the date of the jDownloads Content Plugin is in the wrong format?
It's only show the "long date" but i use in the JD config the short date.

May be here is a error?


in the /plugins/content/jdownloads/jdownloads.php LINE 65

Code:     global $date_format;
    $date_format = JDHelper::getDateFormat();   

or in line 1113 ?

Code: // date_added
if ($files->date_added != '0000-00-00 00:00:00') {
if ($files->params->get('show_date') == 0){
// use 'normal' date-time format field
$date_data = $jdpic_date.JHtml::_('date',$files->date_added, $date_format['long']);
} else {
// use 'short' date-time format field
$date_data = $jdpic_date.JHtml::_('date',$files->date_added, $date_format['short']);
}
} else {
$date_data = '';
}

wenn I change the

Code: 
       // date_added
        if ($files->date_added != '0000-00-00 00:00:00') {
            if ($files->params->get('show_date') == 0){
                // use 'normal' date-time format field
                $date_data = $jdpic_date.JHtml::_('date',$files->date_added, $date_format['long']);
            } else {
                // use 'short' date-time format field
                $date_data = $jdpic_date.JHtml::_('date',$files->date_added, $date_format['short']);
            }   
        } else {
             $date_data = '';
        }
to
Code:   
       // date_added
        if ($files->date_added != '0000-00-00 00:00:00') {
            if ($files->params->get('show_date') == 0){
                // use 'normal' date-time format field
                $date_data = $jdpic_date.JHtml::_('date',$files->date_added, $date_format['short']);
            } else {
                // use 'short' date-time format field
                $date_data = $jdpic_date.JHtml::_('date',$files->date_added, $date_format['short']);
            }   
        } else {
             $date_data = '';
        }
 
I have the short date show. So where the option to change from"normal" to "short" in the JD or Jomma config GUI? Or is the code wrong?
End of original query from Nyx

Hi Nyx
Hmm! not sure myself how to specify which format should be used when.  It may be a missing Config parameter.  One of the modules has a specific set up choice but I missed finding elsewhere.

Colin
PS will be splitting this topic into two separate streams.
C
« Last Edit: 16.10.2015 18:59:13 by ColinM »

 

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