RT2: "modify dates" how, exactly?

most absolute date formats should work

6/21/2001 is what I tend ot use. ‘tuesday’ should work. “in 5 days” might.

until we switched date parsers, it actually let you type things like “Next thursday” or
"three days after epiphany"On Tue, Jun 19, 2001 at 09:59:37AM -0700, Karel P Kerezman wrote:

So if I want to set a due date… what’s the date format? I’m not sure
if having open text boxes as opposed to drop-downs is a good or a bad
thing. :wink:

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most absolute date formats should work

6/21/2001 is what I tend to use. ‘tuesday’ should work. “in 5 days” might.

Righto. Next stupid questions: How to set time-of-day, though I might
guess I could enter “6/20/2001 17:00” and it would take, if what you’re
using is a somewhat sophisticated date-parser… and How do I set the >
default “from-now” date and time for new entries, if possible?

you can currently only set default due date in offset of days from now…it’s in the queue config basics.

to set the due time, your guess is right.

The RT2 documentation project would appear to be a daunting task in and
of itself, no? =)

yeah. and I’m really hoping someone else puts it together…I’m fine with answering a zillion questions. but I’d love to only answer each one once.

until we switched date parsers, it actually let you type things like “Next thursday” or
"three days after epiphany"

“I just had me an apostrophe!”

“I think you mean epiphany.”

“Lightning… has struck my brain.”

“That must hurt.”

  • Smee and Capt. Hook, “Hook”

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<Dr_Memory> the point is that words were exchanged. neurolinguistic
programming will do the rest. they should be showing up at my house
any day now.