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--- Comment #1 from Stephane MANKOWSKI <> ---

2 years ago, I did the following correction:

To explain, to avoid wrong dates, skrooge use "dd/mm/yyyy" as date format for
the date editor WHEN the system date format doesn't have the full year (eg.
2018) but only the short year (eg. 18).

In you case, your local is set with a short year, this is why skrooge uses the
default "dd/mm/yyyy".

Is my answer acceptable? Do you see something that could be done on Skrooge to
avoid this misunderstanding?


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