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    Ted Cabeen
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    24-hour clock?

    Is there support for a 24-hour (military-style) clock on the Squeezebox?
    If not, could it be supported in a future firmware release?

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    24-hour clock?

    Quoting Ted Cabeen <secabeen (AT) pobox (DOT) com>:

    > Is there support for a 24-hour (military-style) clock on the Squeezebox?
    > If not, could it be supported in a future firmware release?


    yes. server settings, additional server settings, formatting.
    -kdf

  3. #3
    Avi Schwartz
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    24-hour clock?

    I am displaying the time on my slimp3 as a 24-our clock and I believe
    it is a server setting, i.e. not a client but a global server setting.

    Avi

    On Apr 5, 2004, at 23:56, Ted Cabeen wrote:

    > Is there support for a 24-hour (military-style) clock on the
    > Squeezebox?
    > If not, could it be supported in a future firmware release?

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    pmcdowell
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    24-hour clock?

    "Ted Cabeen" <secabeen (AT) pobox (DOT) com> wrote in
    message news:20040406045624.GA17468 (AT) gray (DOT) impulse.net...
    > Is there support for a 24-hour (military-style) clock on the Squeezebox?
    > If not, could it be supported in a future firmware release?
    >

    Yes
    If you look under "additional server settings" "formatting" and you will
    find "time format" with a comprehensive array of options

  5. #5
    Ted Cabeen
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    24-hour clock?

    kdf <slim-mail (AT) deane-freeman (DOT) com> writes:

    > Quoting Ted Cabeen <secabeen (AT) pobox (DOT) com>:
    >
    >> Is there support for a 24-hour (military-style) clock on the Squeezebox?
    >> If not, could it be supported in a future firmware release?

    >
    > yes. server settings, additional server settings, formatting.


    Thanks. I must have just missed it.

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    24-hour clock?

    Quoting Ted Cabeen <secabeen (AT) pobox (DOT) com>:

    > kdf <slim-mail (AT) deane-freeman (DOT) com> writes:
    >
    > > Quoting Ted Cabeen <secabeen (AT) pobox (DOT) com>:
    > >
    > >> Is there support for a 24-hour (military-style) clock on the Squeezebox?
    > >> If not, could it be supported in a future firmware release?

    > >
    > > yes. server settings, additional server settings, formatting.

    >
    > Thanks. I must have just missed it.


    The additional setitngs can be easily missed, as with any of the other links
    that may require scrolling down, depending on your screen resolution.

    -kdf

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    Daniel Cohen
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    24-hour clock?

    On 6/4/04 at 12:35 pm -0700, kdf wrote
    >The additional setitngs can be easily missed, as with any of the other links
    >that may require scrolling down, depending on your screen resolution.


    I think there should be a mention (maybe in the SlimServer FAQ) along
    the lines of

    Q. "I'ld really like to change a lot of the displays on the
    Squeezebox. How can I do it?"

    A. "Use Web access to the SlimServer, choose 'server settings', and
    at the very bottom fo the page you will see an item 'additional
    server settings'. Click on this and you get a large number of items
    you can adjust."

    I only recently discovered that I could disable all the search
    facilities in the Squeezebox menu, which suits my current use.
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    Daniel Cohen

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