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LastRainTip Date Format

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LastRainTip Date Format

Post by Grimers »

Hi all,

I hope you're all well!

I'm experiencing an issue when trying to format the 'LastRainTip' tag in websitedataT.json. It won't allow me to apply the format as follows:

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"LastRainTip":"<#LastRainTip format=HH:mm dd MMMM yyyy>",
However, the below seems acceptable.

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"LastRainTip":"<#LastRainTip format=HH:mm>",
Any ideas?

Cheers,

Will

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Re: LastRainTip Date Format

Post by mcrossley »

As per the Wiki, if your format string has spaces then it must be quoted.
<#LastRainTip format="HH:mm dd MMMM yyyy">

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Re: LastRainTip Date Format

Post by Grimers »

Silly me! I knew it would be something that simple. I think it's because I saw the quotes around the whole tag that made me think another set of quotes would screw things up, but obviously not. Thanks again, Mark! :)

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