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How to change scheduler date format in *_node_form

Drupal Answers Asked by Oskar Calvo on December 21, 2021

When I go to fill a *_node_form I find that Scheduler module only have this date format “Y m d” “H:m:s” and I would like to have “d m Y” “H:m:s”.

I’m looking to the module and I don’t find anyway, also , I have make a dpm with $form, And I don’t find anyplace to change the date format.

Can be done this?

Thanks

Oskar

One Answer

I find it the url is: admin/config/content/scheduler

The strange is that it doesn't have a "configuration" link in module page list.

Oskar

Answered by Oskar Calvo on December 21, 2021

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