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3/21/2015 7:48 PM
 

Hello,

the dates for new enrollment notitfications are in Dutch, but my site is in UK English (no localization enabled either) and has no Dutch installed nor enabled. The templates are all in English and there's no text anywhere in such language that I am aware of. The portal timezone is UTC+1. How come and how can I fix it? Perhaps because on the timezone I chose Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome,... ? What shall I choose to get English dates?
Besides the time notified is wrong, uses UTC-8, although the front-end displays correctly in UTC+1, thus I must have set it up correctly.

Running Events 6.1.1 on dnn 6.2.4.

Any help is much appreciated, please.

Franco

Example:
"The enrollment for Event: The Power of Motivation on vrijdag 27 maart 2015 04:00 to vrijdag 27 maart 2015 06:00 - One time event"

It should say Friday 27 March from 12:00 to 14:00

 
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3/22/2015 6:34 AM
 
Time Zone has NO effect on language displayed, even as you may select a specific timezone for your calendar, check module settings.
Date format sounds like a development issue, please make sure it is logged in the project issue tracker http://dnnevents.codeplex.com/workite... (though it sounds strance, noone else faced this issue).

Cheers from Germany,
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3/22/2015 8:49 AM
 
Date format is set by the users language, it isn't controlled by the module.

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3/22/2015 12:04 PM
 
maybe you should upgrade to V 6.2.1

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3/22/2015 12:47 PM
 

Upgrading is always advisable, but there are no language changes in the new versions.


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