Date displayed is mm/dd/yyyy. Can I change to dd/mm/yyyy
Using new system Linuxmint 19. Messages are displayed by mm/dd/yyyy but I'm sure my previous system showed dd/mm/yyyy. How can I change.
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I am also a Linux user and the date format thing stopped working for me a few versions back.
I resorted to using the Super Date Format add-on.
ConfigDate also looks promising.
Thanks for the suggestions. ConfigDate doesn't do it. Super Date Format would if I could load it but it won't. It's posted as earlier Thunderbird versions only.
On the otherhand I've just installed Super Date Format again. All Solved. Many thanks.
I am also a Linux user and the date format thing stopped working for me a few versions back. I resorted to using the Super Date Format add-on. ConfigDate also looks promising.
The addon doesnt work for later versions of T-bird. :-( Seems I have to put up with this annoying and non-standard datestyle now. :-((( (I tell my American clients "we'll drive on the right when you start using metric and standard date-formats". Hahahaha)