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    Please allow users to change date format

    Americans do not read dates with the day first.
    IE 14-11-11

    Please allow the option for users to change the date format to their preferred countries standards.

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    ZeroHour (14th November 2011)

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    Thanks for pointing this out, I actually thought vbulletin did this but it appears not. I have passed the suggestion on to them and am also looking to make a mod which will allow the user to set the field.

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    I have adjusted our date to make it easier to read which should help for now until vbulletin fixes this.

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    We could use the ISO 8601 standard site wide.

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