I see how to change the date format from the default format (mm/dd/yy) to any other date format, e.g., dd MMMM YYYY, but the feature seems to be valid only on an ad hoc basis. That's not good enough.
I don't like your default date format, e.g., 04/11/14. I prefer a professional format, e.g., 11 April 2014. I want to change the default from what you've got in the system to what I want to appear whenever I use the "insert date field" feature.
If I can do that already, the means are not clear---so please enlighten me; if I can't do that already, then you should add that feature to the program. Thanks.
Operating System: Windows 7
Version: 220.127.116.11 release
Cocavan, at least for me, doesn't seem too much friendly, how you are requesting for an enhancement.
I think if you really want to catch the attention of a developer, remember no one is obligated to attend your request, perhaps would be better open a new bug, as a request for enhancement (changing the importance from normal to enhancement=, with a bit more kindly words.
As work around, you can record a macro, assigning it to key combination or a button.
This is an enhancement request to change the default format (when using Insert > Field > Date) from DD/MM/YY to some other (user-specified) format e.g., DD MMMM YYYY, YYYY-MM-DD, NN, D MMM YY, etc. Currently the form (DD/MM/YY vs MM/DD/YY) of the default date is influence by the document language and I imagine this would need to be taken into consideration as well.
Platform / Architecture set to All / All. Severity set to enhancement. Status set to NEW.
This bug seems like a duplicate of bug 41044. If it is, then the related bug needs to be changed to an enhancement request (as the feature has never existed).
(In reply to Owen Genat from comment #3)
> This bug seems like a duplicate of bug 41044. If it is, then the related bug
> needs to be changed to an enhancement request (as the feature has never
Indeed - thanks!
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 41044 ***