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Hello,

your calendar is a very good work , but when I show the list of the Calendar there is a small wrong time format for German.

For example the time Format in localcalendar shows Freitag, Januar 12 2018

but in German it is Freitag, 12. Januar 2018 .

And the short format for days in German is (Mo, Di, Mi, Do, Fr, Sa, So) and the long format is (Montag, Dienstag, Mittwoch, Donnerstag, Freitag, Samstag, Sonntag).

Can you possibly change that?

Thanks

Christoph

P.S.: I apologize for my bad English
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Short names corrected, thank you.
The Day/Month order for Germany (and other countries) should be shown properly (we are still looking at the punctuation)
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Hello Marc,

Thank you for the quick implementation of the date format. A little thing is missing then it is perfect. In Germany, a dot follows after the day, similar to the 1th, 2nd or 3rd, etc. in English, then a space. The long date format is DDDD, DD. MMMM YYYY (Freitag, 12. Dezember 2017). The short date format would be DDD, DD.MM.YYYY (Fr, 12.12.2017).

Sincerly

Christoph
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Yes, I did get that, thank you. As I mentioned, we are still looking at how to best handle the punctuation (dots) and hope to have that in soon.
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