Unfortunatly there is no way to get it sorted correct with %y% %m% %d%:
You will end up with a list like this, when sorted:
And this is not what I want.
Is it impossible to use the same way as in C# to format the dates?
yyyy-MM-dd will give 2014-04-09 for todays date
d MMM yyyy will give 9 apr 2014
d = day without 0-padding
dd = day with 0-padding (09)
M = month in number without 0-padding
MM = month in number with 0-padding (04)
MMM = month in short text
MMMM = month in long text
(m is used for minutes in C#)
Thank you for replying.
I understand what you mean, but at the moment you can only change the order the day-month-year is displayed and not how they are displayed whether numerically or textually.
I will forward it as a suggestion for our developers to take this in consideration for the next software updates.
Thank you for writing on our Forum.
We currently do not have this, although thank you for the suggestion. I will be sure to forward it to the appropriate department for consideration.
Please let us know if you have any other ideas as we do value such input from our users.
Have a great day!