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10.6: Remove time/date stamp from screen shot filenames
Authored by: notbrain on Jun 04, '10 02:36:57PM

There is still an issue with ordering and the new datetime format - the 12-hour time.

2010-06-04 at 11.14.36 PM.png
2010-06-04 at 11.23.46 AM.png

is the wrong order, and for some reason this occurs for me alot.

24-hour time formatting anyone?



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10.6: Remove time/date stamp from screen shot filenames
Authored by: sjk on Jun 19, '10 12:15:00PM
24-hour time formatting anyone?
Customizing the Short Times format under System Preferences > Language & Text > Formats influences the time format used in "Screen shot " filenames (among other things).

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10.6: Remove time/date stamp from screen shot filenames
Authored by: samg on Feb 20, '11 04:19:42PM

Clearly an old post, but I just came across this and it was useful to me. I found though that I had to modify the medium time, not the short time. Maybe it's new that OS X pulls from that. Click on Customize next to times, and then click on the down arrow in the "pill" for the first number and choose 00-23. Screen shot names will get created with 24 hour times now.



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