rengel
date_time_separators.png 
Reinhard TB 9.1.19.0 and 10.0.25.0. WIN 10

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mcaton
Reinhard,

Are you referring to the forward slashes on the left and dashes on the right.  Not sure how you acquired this scenario.  As soon as I change something to a dash or a slash, the view is updated on the right.

Thanks,
Matt
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metta
My short date display with periods is also represented accurately:
> MM.dd.yy = 10.30.18

Just wondering if closing/reopening TB makes any difference in your display?

The reason I ask is that some time ago, my brain experienced a sudden (spontaneous) and unexpected change in my default date settings -- and I started getting very strange date configurations:
> 12.52.18
> 12.56.18

(Support: See Help Desk ticket #64324)

Once I fixed my preference settings manually, everything performed again as it should.

However, this did suggest to me there might still be a undiagnosed bug lurking in the customized date/time function.
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rengel
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Are you referring to the forward slashes on the left and dashes on the right. 

Yes.

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Not sure how you acquired this scenario.

Have a look at the attached video.

Maybe TheBrain mixes its own Notes settings with my (German) custom system settings.
Reinhard TB 9.1.19.0 and 10.0.25.0. WIN 10

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mcaton
I was originally thinking that it may have to do with a non-English keyboard or OS but didn't want to jump to any conclusions. We'll take a closer look.

Thanks,
Matt
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rengel
An update: Now I have dots (my system settings are dashes):
date2.png 
Reinhard TB 9.1.19.0 and 10.0.25.0. WIN 10

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rengel
Strange, strange! This morning the separators are dashes again.
What an erratic behavior...
Reinhard TB 9.1.19.0 and 10.0.25.0. WIN 10

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mcaton
We're continuing to investigate.  A bit of a low priority since it causes no immediate harm, but we'll look further.

Thank you,
Matt
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