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    I'm working with Hyena 4.7.

    Why isn't it possible to set the time in eventfiltering correctly. By example: I can't set the from-time to 00:00:00 or 13:00:00. Hyena sets the time to 12:00:00 or 01:00:00. That's wrong.

    Why isn't it possible to work with hyena (german) with 24-hour-timesettings?.

    Since eventfiltering was implemented in Hyena this is a big problem for me. Will it be corrected in a future version?

  • #2
    Re: Filtering events

    Can you send a screen shot showing this to [email protected]?


    • #3
      Re: Filtering events

      I think you're forgetting the AM / PM.

      If you want it to filter from 00:00:00 (Midnight) to 13:00:00 (1 o'clock in the afternoon), your starting time should read 12:00:00 AM, and the ending time should read 01:00:00 PM.

      Kevin, it might not be a bad idea to change these to reflect a 24 hour clock.

      I've worked with (and still have contact with) enough non-Americans to know that a majority of the world uses a 24 hour time format.

      Just my 2 cents!


      • #4
        Re: Filtering events

        In german there is no AM/PM. Hyena supports the 24hour-clock. The eventfiltering was buggy. But it was corrected in 4.7b.


        • #5
          Re: Filtering events

          fyi, in v4.7 we now fully support a 24-hour clock, but only if the user selects that option thorugh Control Panel -> ? Date/Time ?

          Prior releases suffered from a Microsoft bug/quirk/feature that would hide the AM/PM indicator, and yet not show the time in 24-hour format.
          Kevin Stanush
          SystemTools Software Inc.