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Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

Posted: 26 Mar 2020 08:55
by xXCARL1992Xx
it is D/M/Y that is most commonly used in the world, nothing wrong there

Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

Posted: 26 Mar 2020 09:10
by plinio.lisboa.br
Yes, the dates are correct in the Latin calendar system (European, Latin American) dating system where it comes first: day, month, year. While the Anglo-Saxon (American) system has: year, month, day.

Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

Posted: 26 Mar 2020 10:27
by Some newbie driver
USA date system is month/day/year

Year/month/day is not a date system widely used by people but used on computer systems to ease the sorting of lists with dates (because this way, even not handling them as dates but as plain text, the sort works correctly)

Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

Posted: 26 Mar 2020 10:43
by Nemiro
flight50 wrote:
26 Mar 2020 08:42
@Carthoo,@LondonLad, I just found a small error on the ATS Website under News for releases. Utah and Washington release dates are flipped.

http://i.imgur.com/WiHhiZcl.jpg
Hey, pal, thanks for your willingness and passion to help us make all our sites perfect, but these dates are correct, I'd say :-)

Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

Posted: 26 Mar 2020 13:35
by MarkON
Hello there. Is there anything (any tips/hidden teaster) about next event World of Trucks? Would it be possible for the event to be in parallel with public_beta?

Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

Posted: 26 Mar 2020 13:57
by Vlad (ua)

Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

Posted: 26 Mar 2020 14:06
by AnnaKarelia
The comments on that post make me sick.

Anywho, nice to see SCS and Renault Trucks working together like that.

Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

Posted: 26 Mar 2020 14:08
by flight50
Yeah I forgot about the different date configerations the world uses outside of the US. Apologies, carry on. It still throws me off when I see it as I am not use to that format. I am use to yyyy/mm/dd or mm/dd/yyyy.

Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

Posted: 26 Mar 2020 14:20
by yiannis
Anyone remembers this "new truck for ATS early next year" ?

Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

Posted: 26 Mar 2020 14:27
by xXCARL1992Xx
in regards of what is happening right now trucks are the least thing we should be concerned about