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Timestamp:
10/23/09 17:40:41 (9 years ago)
Author:
mdavis
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cldrbug 2417: Fine-tune the day periods

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  • trunk/tools/java/org/unicode/cldr/web/data/root/tmpl/day_periods.jsp

    r4378 r4381  
    22 
    33<h2>Day periods are used with 12 hour time formats: please provide them here.</h2> 
    4 <p>If your language can use 12 hour time formats, but doesn't normally use AM/PM, please see below for how to fix it.</i></p> 
     4<p>CLDR now has flexible day periods, and is not limited to just AM/PM. If your language does sometimes use 12 hour clocks, please translate the following, or see below for how to change the categories.</i></p> 
    55<% 
    66//  Copy "x=___"  from input to output URL 
     
    2323String rules = dayPeriods.toString().replace("<","&lt;").replace("\n","<br>"); 
    2424%> 
    25 <p>The day period categories for this locale are currently:</p> 
    26 <blockquote><b><%=rules%></b></blockquote> 
    27 <p>If these are incorrect, please <a target="_blank" href='http://unicode.org/cldr/trac/newticket'>file a ticket</a> to get the categories you need. 
     25<p>The day period categories for this locale are:</p> 
     26<blockquote><b>&nbsp; <%=rules%></b></blockquote> 
     27<p>If these are incorrect, please <a target="_blank" href='http://unicode.org/cldr/trac/newticket'>file a ticket</a> to get the categories you need, as soon as possible. 
    2828For comparison, see the <a target="_blank" href="<%= ctx.base(request)+"?_=de&x=r_steps&step=day_periods" %>">German day periods</a> 
    2929or <a target="_blank" href="<%= ctx.base(request)+"?_=zh&x=r_steps&step=day_periods" %>">Chinese day periods</a>. 
     
    3838<li>... earlyMorning &lt; 09:00 &lt; morning ... </li> 
    3939</ul> 
    40 <p>It is easiest to take rules like the German ones, edit them, and include in the ticket.</p> 
     40<p>It is easiest to take categories like the German ones, edit them, and include the modified version in the ticket.</p> 
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