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Topic # 189323 24-Dec-2015 10:35
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Currently, posts have date stamps like "6-Nov-2014 19:21"

Would it be possible to include the day of the week, eg: "Thu 6-Nov-2014 19:21" as sometimes I find it useful to know what day of the week that an older post was made on.

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  Reply # 1456433 24-Dec-2015 10:39
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I support this idea!

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  Reply # 1456437 24-Dec-2015 10:54
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I'm fairly ambivalent - just in case anyone was wondering.




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  Reply # 1456438 24-Dec-2015 10:57
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Came expecting timezone user config issues, was surprised with a good suggestion.




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  Reply # 1456440 24-Dec-2015 10:59
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Sounds like a good suggestion. I am thinking of making that area taller to move the buttons so that could fit in...






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