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[Bug 7868] what about time zones? which one is used? local (may be difficult to find out)? is this communicated to the user? can he change it?

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--- Comment #15 from Ian 'Hixie' Hickson <ian@hixie.ch>  2009-10-22 11:04:39 ---
Sites are quite capable of having date pickers today, they just do so using
JavaScript (or even a <select>) instead of the <input> element. For example,
here is a site that doesn't do what you describe:

   http://flowers.com/

It has a date picker (currently using a <select> widget), and there is no time
zone information included at any point in the process.

Comment 11 details the escalation procedure.


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