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Translators, please edit/rearrange these strftime(3) tokens to suit your locale!
This format string is used for showing, on a 12-hour clock, events/appointments that happen over a week from now.
(Note: the space between the day and the time is an em space (unicode character 2003), which is
slightly wider than a normal space.)
en_US example: "%a %d %b %l:%M %p" --> "Fri Oct 31 1:00 PM"
en_GB example: "%a %b %d %l:%M %p" --> "Fri 31 Oct 1:00 PM"
%a %d %b %l:%M %p

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Anders Jonsson a year ago Source string comment

Looks like the examples for en_US and en_GB are mixed up. "%a %d %b" looks like "Fri 31 Oct".

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../​src/​utils.c:332
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Translators, please edit/rearrange these strftime(3) tokens to suit your locale! This format string is used for showing, on a 12-hour clock, events/appointments that happen over a week from now. (Note: the space between the day and the time is an em space (unicode character 2003), which is slightly wider than a normal space.) en_US example: "%a %d %b %l:%M %p" --> "Fri Oct 31 1:00 PM" en_GB example: "%a %b %d %l:%M %p" --> "Fri 31 Oct 1:00 PM"
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a year ago
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po/​an.po, string 67
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