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Christian Andersen

Use of time format with AM/PM

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Hi Christian, 

Yes, h:MM is the correct option for your case.

We tested it and found it work well. Could you please explain more about "leaving the filed am/pm part is removed"?

Thanks in advance. 

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Hi, When choosing "tt" I did not see am og pm. I think it is because my windows PC is set to 24 hr clock. I changed my reginal settings to 12 hr clock, and then it showed up in the form. I nomrally want to 24 clock, but I develop the form to work with 12 hr clock.

What happens if peson type 22:00, is it convertered to 10 pm?

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Hi Christian,

My apologies for the delayed response. Exactly. It will be converted to 10 p.m automatically. 

Best, 

 

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