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[Solved] A strange behavior about %x
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[Solved] A strange behavior about %x 2 Years, 11 Months ago  
Because i usually use English as skin language, so have no find it before.
If I set the date-format to %x, all languages can be displayed correctly (e.g. 08/12/2011), except Traditional-Chinese.
When use Traditional-Chinese, it will more shows the day of week. (see image: extra part is Chinese's Thursday)

Why??

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Last Edit: 2013/03/06 13:09 By anoob.
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I couldn't speak English! This skin released to Customize.org(Do you want it? Click Picture) Please contact me if interested: jhg5702@gmail.com
 
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Re: A strange behavior about %x 2 Years, 11 Months ago  
Oh! don't mind this question, i have find the reason.
It's because my local date-format was set to "yyyy/M/d dddd"
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