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Carbonize
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LOL unfortunately something happened between my post and now. Have to go do a night shift but will then be off until Monday night. Remind me again tomorrow. Should be simple enough to find the date variable for the comments.

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OK open up templates/com.php and use this variable

$com[timestamp]

Not sure what format the timestamp is saved in though so will probably have to play with it some more.

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Hello Carbonize,

Hope your night shift was'nt to heavy.

I did what you said, now I have this: 1409142474. ( the exact timestamp), but as you probably expected I want it something like this:
Donderdag, 7. Augustus 2014 12:15
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OK in gb.class.php look for



And make it



Then use $comDate in com.php template.

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PERFECT,
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Thanks a lot Carbonize, did what you said and it works great !!!!!!
 
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