24 hour time in Thunderbird -

David Boles dgboles at gmail.com
Wed Jun 27 00:26:46 UTC 2007

on 6/26/2007 3:23 PM, Bob Goodwin - W2BOD wrote:
> David Boles wrote:
>> on 6/26/2007 10:18 AM, Bob Goodwin - W2BOD wrote:
>>> Does anyone know how to get Thunderbird to use 24 hour time when listing 
>>> email "Date?"
>>> I use a large font and need the space that the stupid AM/PM takes for 
>>> useful [to me] information!
>>> I know this is may not be a Fedora question but ...
>>> Bob Goodwin
>> Look at the TB extension named ConfigDate.
>> Also: The 'button' on the far right of line allows you to set what is in
>> the line.
>> Do you know that the size of the chosen display areas is drag left/right
>> adjustable?
> ConfigDate is nice in that it shows the time of origination with 24 hour 
> time and an offset such as -0400 in the header but it still doesn't fix 
> the dumb AM/PM in the message listing which remains in 12 hour time.
> There must be a way to change that since most places in the world do not 
> use that form of time notation?
> Anyway I like the extension ...
> Bob Goodwin

Sorry that this does not do what you need. I did not see anything about
what you are describing. There is a Thunderbird list, like this one, and a
TBird forum. You might ask there. If it can not be done you could put a
RFE in the Mozilla Bugzilla asking for this.



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