Convert time zones with dates
AutoConvert Select reads the dates provided with times when converting time zones. As usual, just select the date and time with the time zone, and the conversion appears. When the extension is unable to parse the date, the time zone is converted assuming today’s date.
The date formats currently parsed are:
YYYY-MM-DD‘ (e.g. 2018-09-23, 2018.09.23, 2018/09/23)
DD-MM-YYYY‘ (e.g. 23-09-2018, 23.09.2018, 23/09/2018)
DD-MMM-YYYY‘ (e.g. 23 Sep 2018, 23 September 2018)
DD-MMM-YY‘ (e.g. 23 Sep 18, 23 September 18)
DD-MMM‘ (e.g. 23 Sep, 23 September) – in this case the current year is assumed
Some minor variations are also parsed, e.g.: ‘
23rd September 2018‘
- Convert time zone when zone may be in brackets (e.g. ‘
5 PM (PDT)‘)
- Correctly parse full ISO format – ‘
Z‘ time zone was not being parsed earlier
- Correctly handle parsing pace units (e.g. ‘
8:00 min/mile‘) and time zones
- Enforce text size and font for the conversion box
That’s all, folks!
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