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tthompson

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I was using Webtracks on my computer running Windows 8.1 and the dates all correctly displayed as DD/MM/YYYY.
I have just upgraded to Windows 10 and now all the dates have changed to MM/DD/YYYY. I have checked all the date/region settings on the computer and they are all configured for Australia with dates of DD/MM/YYYY.

Do you know why the dates are showing in the incorrect format, and how I can fix this.

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thoese

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Hi,

By default Web Tracks uses the culture under which the Operating System was installed.

You can change this by following the instructions in this url...

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/apply-regional-language-settings-reserved-accounts#1TC=windows-7

You can also explicitly change the culture setting in Web Tracks by modifying the web.config file located in C:\Program Files (x86)\Gritware\WebTracks\WebRoot

Find the following line...
 <!--<globalization uiCulture="nl" culture="nl-NL" />-->

remove the comment markers and change it to...

<globalization uiCulture="en" culture="en-AU" />

Thanks,

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tthompson

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Hi Todd,

Thanks for the information. Wasn't the regional settings as it was working correctly before upgrading to Windows 10.

I used the web,config change and that worked perfectly.

Thanks for your help.
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