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
- (2020-04-12) ernieIzdebski: The only issue here is that in any text box, it will periodically cause your keyboard to jump to the beginning of the line, so you have to revise your typing style to account for this.
- (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) Athena Azuraea: 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) Athena Azuraea: 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