Reproduce: RH6.0 Set locale to "de", language "de" Start Mozilla Mailnews from 09-02-2000. Open INBOX and read the "Date" column in the thread pane. One of my msgs has the following header: "Date: Tue, 8 Feb 2000 09:54:40 -0800 (PST)", what is 18:54:40 local (CET) time. Actual result: The date field shows "8.2.2000 06:54:40" (no PM). Expected result: The date field shows "8.2.2000 18:54:40" (no PM).
Correction: The date has heading zeros, i.e. "08.02.2000"
setting lchiang as qa
QA Contact: paulmac → lchiang
Giving to mailnews. NO idea why this was given to me.
Assignee: hyatt → phil
Phil is out of office, cc alecf.
CC putterman, rjc. what data formatting are we using in the thread pane?
Please give us more data; how often does it happen? For which time zones? On which platforms?
Rick, I don't have that much platform to verify. The bug is reproducable on Linux. It does not appear in M13 Win32.
"reproducable" means, the time for every msg sent after high noon local time is displayed wrong.
I meant 13:00, of course, not high noon. Doesn't appear on 2000-02-10 (IIRC) build for Win32. I tried, as requested, other timezones, and I'm seeing AM/PM on all timezones, including my own, now. I'm feeling a bit stupid, but I don't think, I saw AM/PM (or replacement "..."), when I filed this bug. Anyway, marking INVALID as it's not reproducable anymore. Filed bug #27640 about wrong date/time format.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
ok, I'll mark verified invalid
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Component: XP Toolkit/Widgets: Trees → XUL
QA Contact: lchiang → xptoolkit.widgets
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