Remove current clock time from default save name

Bug #1473670 reported by Azaziah on 2015-07-11
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Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
Won't Fix

Bug Description

I feel like the current clock time when the service list is
saved for the first time is irrelevant.

It also creates problems for translating because : is used as default h:m separator in many countries. (Windows does not support : in filenames)

So instead of d/m/y h/m it could be just d/m/y .
I know this can be shortened via the options menu,
but for me (h/m) seems something the majority of users don’t need.
(And there is also those users who don’t really
change any settings and just go with it anyways).

h/m might be handy if you are saving multiple service files during one
day and don’t want to rename them, but I can’t think of many other reasons.
If there are any, please enlighten me.

Blessings and thank you for the effort!

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Azaziah (suutari-olli) on 2015-07-11
description: updated
Tim Bentley (trb143) on 2015-07-20
Changed in openlp:
importance: Undecided → Wishlist
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Tim Bentley (trb143) wrote :

Not convinced by this as some churches have multiple services in a day (we have 3) and this default allows the church have use time do split the service files.

The advanced tab allows the format to be changed so you can get what is requested he.

It would be more complex to get people to add HH-MM then remove it!

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Phill (phill-ridout) wrote :

I agree with Tim.

Changed in openlp:
status: New → Won't Fix
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