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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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Date: Thu, 02 Dec 2010 19:16:44 +0000
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--- Comment #11 from Shelley Powers <shelleyp@burningbird.net> 2010-12-02 19:16:43 UTC ---
One quick PS

Of course, at a later time, it is going to be difficult to get any changes into
the spec, or implementations. In addition, there is a very real possibility
that developers and web site authors will just reject the HTML5 form elements
(or many of them) in favor of existing libraries, making acceptance of even
changed specs and implementation that much less guaranteed. 

In the end, if the people don't use the HTML5 functionality, because it's too
restricting or too inflexible, it doesn't matter who implements what.

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