2012/7/23 Guy Voets <email@example.com>:
A LibO spreadsheet, made in LibO, Dutch version (no Excel or OOo past).
- In LibO 3.5.5, I used to give in dates as 20-7 and they were shown
20 Jul 12.
- In LibO 18.104.22.168, if I enter 20-7, 20-7 is shown in the cell.
If I enter 20-7-12, the date is inverted into 12 Jul 2020.
So instead of entering 20-7, I now need to enter 12-7-20 to get the
notation 20 Jul 12.
Is this a new feature, or a bug?
I am a user, not a developer, so I don't know for sure, but it looks
to me as a feature rather than a bug, or maybe a combination of both.
20-7-12 means 2020-july-12 (12th July 2020) according to ISO 8601, and
I guess it could be a point adapting to this international standard
(some countries already adapted most of ISO 8601, some of them decades
ago). Maybe this behaviour should be more dependent of the current
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