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El 2015-10-03 a las 04:03, Andreas Säger escribió:
Am 03.10.2015 um 04:23 schrieb Thomas:

If you want to enter any kind of date on the num pad, the following used
to work with all types of spreadsheets, including LO 3.5, but LO 3.6
messed it up.
20/ --> this month's 20th day
20/7 --> this year's 20th of July
7/20 --> same in US context
The appearance of that entry is completely unrelevant as long as you
entered the correct value which is 42205 in case of 20 July 2015. You
can format that value any way you want but it has to be the correct
number. LO introduced that idiotic "date recognition pattern" in the
language options which may make everything more complicated than the
above simple entry pattern.

I disagree with that opinion. It is a great thing that the user can adjust the pattern of characters of an date. I prefer to use the
ISO system, but receive dates formated with the american system.

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