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[Bug 11449] The current specification and implementation of <input type="date"> using yyyy-mm-dd format will be unacceptable to many of our corporate customers. Also, only allowing times in <input type="date"> to be in 24 hour clock will cause serious delays in our b

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--- Comment #5 from Kornel Lesinski <kornel@geekhood.net> 2010-12-01 19:16:39 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #4)

Sorry if I misunderstood.

In that case, why is it important to override implementations?

I'm assuming that browsers will read preferred date format from system's
locale, so Large USA Corporates and Government departments would get date
displayed in mm/dd/yyyy format and 12-hour time automatically.

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