Google Chrome fail to display date & time format "relative"

fixed

#1

Steps to reproduce

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Open Google Chrome 76.0.3809.132

Expected result

What do you expect to see after carrying out the steps above?

Item with date & time show relative format

Actual result

Instead of the expected result, what happened?

Some recurring dates show relative format (ex. in 2 months, every 4 months)
Some recurring dates do not show relative format (ex. Mon, September 23rd 2019, every month)
All non-recurring dates show a non-relative format (ex. Fri, September 20th 2019)

Environment

Which operating system are you using? Which browser are you using? If you’re using a desktop or mobile app, what’s the version number of Dynalist?

Windows 10
Google Chrome 76.0.3809.132


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Desktop app still shows relative format.
iOS app still shows relative format.


Additional comments


Date display format settings are not applied anymore
#2

There’s a new setting called “Date display format”, please put “relative” in there as well. That should fix it, I think. Let me know if it doesn’t!


#4

Nope. It was fixed when I first entered, but after refresh it returned to the default format.


#5

I can’t repro, sorry. I tried both refreshing the page and opening another document. Does your setting look like this?


#6

It is exactly like that. I also did a clear browsing data in case the previous configuration conflicts with the new one. And it was still fixed if I delete the date display format and re-entered, but after refresh, it returned to the default format.

I also have the following settings related to the date (update - I changed all those setting, but the format had no effect). Thanks for the help and have a great weekend.

Time format - 24-hour clock
First day of week - Monday
Show timezone - uncheck
Highlight overdue - check

Update_2 - I just discovered any items without time showing default format.
Example:
Tax !(2020-04-15 | 1y) - show Wed, April 15th 2020, every year
Tax !(2020-04-15 07:00 | 1y) - show in 7 months, every year


#7

We just released a fix – could you refresh and see if the issue persists?


#8

Yes, it works now. Thanks for the fix.


#9

Thanks for confirming, KC!