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I personally believe that the new Your votes history recently added to monks' homenodes (and as advertised in a recent "Tidings" entry) is a very nice feature.

I only notice that the Dates and Times at which votes are shown do not respect the particular monk's local settings, which if bearable, is also definitely annoying - at least for me: of course one's mileage may vary. Thus it may well depend on a user setting, but to the best of my efforts I couldn't find any.

(Perhaps such a circumstance may just be due to my being more dumb than usual today, as I already publicly claimed this morning... You know, behind medical advice I increased my daily assumption of bromazepam - and I'm not joking, I need it in this period.)

Eventually, the request is this: could dates and times be shown in a monk's local settings, if available, and if she prefers so? (I see no reason why one shouldn't...)

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In reply to Minor detail Re the new "Your votes" history feature by blazar

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