Changes timestamps on any website from am/pm to 24-hour format
Converts 12h to 24h time on any website. Version 1.0: + Option to disable it on a per-domain basis + Recognizes 7:35am, 7:35A, 7:35a.m., etc... + Format choice (07:35, 7:35, 7h35, 0735...) + Dynamically scans the page for timestamps
- (2019-12-23) Kerry Northrup: Causes cursor to jump to the beginning of line while typing in Gmail. Had to disable and remove.
- (2017-12-26) Ririsu Rin: Does what it says. But it's not perfect. It fails to detect certain time formats. But that doesn't detract from the fact that this is a very useful extension, so kudos to the developer!
- (2016-07-20) Andreas: Good, but too agressive. It turns "Nexus 6P" to "Nexus 18:00" for example (which is really funny, but confusing).
- (2018-12-17, v:1.0.1) Cursor jumping in textareas
Sites which use the contenteditable attribute rather than textarea elements for their multi-line input (notably Gmail and Reddit's Fancy Pants Editor), except for Google Docs for some reason, have a problem where the text cursor is constantly reset to the start of the line.
- (2017-12-26, v:1.0.1) Ririsu Rin: Fails to convert format
Extension doesn't recognize patterns like 2-6 PM and translates it as 2-18 (which is obviously wrong). See google maps.
- (2017-07-14, v:1.0.1) Brett C: Doesnt convert format
doesnt convert from the format '10:28 A.M.', and converts '8:46 a.m.' to '08:46.m.' on wikipedia