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Event date format (dd mm yyyy) : Text string defining the format of event dates in the calendar views and input fields.
Possible characters: y = year, m = month and d = day.
Non-alphanumeric character can be used as separator and will be copied literally.
Examples:y-m-d: 2013-10-31
m.d.y: 10.31.2013
d/m/y: 31/10/2013

Date format (dd month) : Text string defining the format of dates consisting of month and day.
Possible characters: M = month in text, d = day in digits.
Non-alphanumeric character can be used as separator and will be copied literally.
Examples:
d M: 12 April
M, d: July, 14

Date format (dd month yyyy) : Text string defining the format of dates consisting of day, month and year.Possible characters: d = day in digits, M = month in text, y = year in digits.
Non-alphanumeric character can be used as separator and will be copied literally.
Examples:d M y: 12 April 2013
M d, y: July 8, 2013

Date format (month yyyy) : Text string defining the format of dates consisting of month and year.
Possible characters: M = month in text, y = year in digits.
Non-alphanumeric character can be used as separator and will be copied literally.
Examples:M y: April 2013
y - M: 2013 - July

Date format (weekday dd month) : Text string defining the format of dates consisting of weekday, day and month.
Possible characters: WD = weekday in text, M = month in text, d = day in digits.
Non-alphanumeric character can be used as separator and will be copied literally.
Examples:WD d M: Friday 12 April
WD, M d: Monday, July 14

Date format (weekday dd month yyyy) : Text string defining the format of dates consisting of weekday, day, month and year.
Possible characters: WD = weekday in text, M = month in text, d = day in digits, y = year in digits.
Non-alphanumeric character can be used as separator and will be copied literally.
Examples:WD d M y: Friday 13 April 2013
WD - M d, y: Monday - July 16, 2013

Time format (hh mm) : Text string defining the format of event times in the calendar views and input fields.Possible characters: h = hours, H = hours with leading zeros, m = minutes, a = am/pm (optional), A = AM/PM (optional).
Non-alphanumeric character can be used as separator and will be copied literally.
Examples:h:m: 18:35
h.m a: 6.35 pm
H:mA: 06:35PM

Display week numbers : Displaying week numbers in Year, Month and Week view can be enabled/disabled

 
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