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%l:%M:%S %p
TRANSLATORS: a strftime(3) format for 12hr time w/seconds
%l:%M:%S %p
Translated and reviewed by Abdul-Rahim Nizamani on 2012-02-18
Located in ../src/formatter.cpp:234
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%l:%M %p
TRANSLATORS: a strftime(3) format for 12hr time
Translators, please edit/rearrange these strftime(3) tokens to suit your locale!
This format string is used for showing, on a 12-hour clock, events/appointments that happen today.
en_US example: "%l:%M %p" --> "1:00 PM"
%l:%M %p
Translated and reviewed by Abdul-Rahim Nizamani on 2011-09-01
Located in ../src/formatter.cpp:237 ../src/utils.c:304
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%H:%M:%S
TRANSLATORS: a strftime(3) format for 24hr time w/seconds
%H:%M:%S
Translated and reviewed by Abdul-Rahim Nizamani on 2012-02-18
Located in ../src/formatter.cpp:240
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%H:%M
TRANSLATORS: a strftime(3) format for 24hr time
Translators, please edit/rearrange these strftime(3) tokens to suit your locale!
This format string is used for showing, on a 24-hour clock, events/appointments that happen today.
en_US example: "%H:%M" --> "13:00"
%H:%M
Translated and reviewed by Abdul-Rahim Nizamani on 2011-09-01
Located in ../src/formatter.cpp:243 ../src/utils.c:344
5.
%a %b %e %Y
Translators, please edit/rearrange these strftime(3) tokens to suit your locale!
That will fix bug #1001595 for your locale and make the date/time in the upper-right corner of your screen look beautiful :)
This format string shows the abbreviated weekday, day, abbreviated month, and year.
en_US example: "%a %b %e %Y" --> "Sat Oct 31 2020"
en_GB example: "%a %e %b %Y" --> "Sat 31 Oct 2020"
zh_CN example(?): "%Y年%m月%d日 周%a" --> "2020年10月31日 周六"
(no translation yet)
Located in ../src/formatter-desktop.cpp:138
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%a %b %e
Translators, please edit/rearrange these strftime(3) tokens to suit your locale!
That will fix bug #1001595 for your locale and make the date/time in the upper-right corner of your screen look beautiful :)
This format string shows the abbreviated weekday, day, and abbreviated month.
en_US example: "%a %b %e" --> "Sat Oct 31"
en_GB example: "%a %e %b" --> "Sat 31 Oct"
zh_CN example(?): "%m月%d日 周%a" --> "03月27日 周六"
%a %b %e
Translated and reviewed by Abdul-Rahim Nizamani on 2012-02-18
Located in ../src/formatter-desktop.cpp:147
7.
%a
Translators, please edit/rearrange these strftime(3) tokens to suit your locale!
That will fix bug #1001595 for your locale and make the date/time in the upper-right corner of your screen look beautiful :)
This format string shows the abbreviated weekday.
zh_CN example(?): "周%a" --> "周六"
%a
Translated and reviewed by Abdul-Rahim Nizamani on 2011-09-01
Located in ../src/formatter-desktop.cpp:154
8.
%b %e %Y
Translators, please edit/rearrange these strftime(3) tokens to suit your locale!
That will fix bug #1001595 for your locale and make the date/time in the upper-right corner of your screen look beautiful :)
This format string shows the day, abbreviated month, and year.
en_US example: "%b %e %Y" --> "Oct 31 2020"
en_GB example: "%e %b %Y" --> "31 Oct 2020"
zh_CN example(?): "%Y年%m月%d日" --> "2020年10月31日"
(no translation yet)
Located in ../src/formatter-desktop.cpp:163
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%b %e
Translators, please edit/rearrange these strftime(3) tokens to suit your locale!
That will fix bug #1001595 for your locale and make the date/time in the upper-right corner of your screen look beautiful :)
This format string shows the abbreviated month and day.
en_US example: "%b %e" --> "Mar 27"
en_GB example: "%e %b" --> "27 Mar"
zh_CN example(?): "%m月%d日" --> "03月27日"
%b %e
Translated and reviewed by Abdul-Rahim Nizamani on 2012-02-18
Located in ../src/formatter-desktop.cpp:172
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%Y
This strftime(3) format string shows the year.
(no translation yet)
Located in ../src/formatter-desktop.cpp:176
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Contributors to this translation: Abdul-Rahim Nizamani, Aziz Mangrio.