Date Not Showing as per Setting ddd dd MMM yyyy

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  1. Posts : 15
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    Thread Starter
       #11

    Edwin said:
    Worked for me.
    What happens, does it change after a Restart?
    No it does not change after restart, as I noticed lately its very random, but because I keep working I do not notice date missing until I really check the time, majority of the time the date is there, don't know when it disappears or what causes it to disappear, I really did not mess with any settings.

    Because I use more shortcuts could be some short cut causes it to go away unknowingly, just guessing..
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  2. Posts : 17,832
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       #12

    Hmmm...,
    K, let's use process of elimination:
    - is your resolution set native (recommended)?
    - is your DPI 100% or higher?
    - is it a laptop or desktop?
    - are you using Small Taskbar Buttons:

    Date Not Showing as per Setting ddd dd MMM yyyy-000237.png

    and/or:
    - did you click Apply and OK on both windows:

    Date Not Showing as per Setting ddd dd MMM yyyy-000236.png
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  3. Posts : 15
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    Thread Starter
       #13

    Edwin said:
    Hmmm...,
    K, let's use process of elimination:
    - is your resolution set native (recommended)?
    - is your DPI 100% or higher?
    - is it a laptop or desktop?
    - are you using Small Taskbar Buttons:

    Date Not Showing as per Setting ddd dd MMM yyyy-000237.png

    and/or:
    - did you click Apply and OK on both windows:

    Date Not Showing as per Setting ddd dd MMM yyyy-000236.png
    Appreciate the step by step resolution.

    - Resolution is recommended
    - Its a laptop
    - I do NOT have small taskbar buttons
    - I have applied and OK (when changed to my desired format and soon as I click apply the date disappears from taskbar but the icons move left when changed from dd mm yyyy and icons move right when changed from dddd dd mmm yyyy)
    - About DPI I'm pretty sure its 100%, I will still recheck (right now not with my laptop, as soon as I am I will update about DPI as well)

    Thanks again..
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  4. Posts : 17,832
    Windows 10
       #14

    K,
    when you get a chance, check a few more things:
    - you signed on as Admin?
    - check your region and timezone
    - disable the Clock from Taskbar settings and turn it back on
    - restart Explorer every now and then.

    Gotta hit the hay soon, we'll see where you're at tomorrow.
    Good Luck! :)
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  5. Posts : 15
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #15

    Edwin said:
    K,
    when you get a chance, check a few more things:
    - you signed on as Admin?
    - check your region and timezone
    - disable the Clock from Taskbar settings and turn it back on
    - restart Explorer every now and then.

    Gotta hit the hay soon, we'll see where you're at tomorrow.
    Good Luck! :)
    All the below did not solve:

    Correct, signed as Admin
    Region is correct as per the country
    Checked with killing explorer
    Disabled clock in task and re-enabled
    DPI is 100%

    However I did notice that this is reverse :

    Date Not Showing as per Setting ddd dd MMM yyyy-image.png

    Not sure if this is the case in your system, because the short date is showing as long and vice-versa.

    EDIT : IGNORE THIS AS ITS BASED ON MY FORMAT FOR SHORT DATE WHICH IS ddd dd mmm yyyy
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Date Not Showing as per Setting ddd dd MMM yyyy-image.png  
    Last edited by TryllZ; 08 May 2017 at 21:23.
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  6. Posts : 15
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #16

    Here is something intriguing, I just changed it and it changed to the format I wanted.

    I will keep observing what's going and update here.

    100%x
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Date Not Showing as per Setting ddd dd MMM yyyy-image.png  
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  7. Posts : 15
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #17

    Hi again,

    I thought it would be the last but nope..

    So here is what I observed, all of a sudden I see something vanishing, you know when you don't look at something directly but it still is in your field of vision, and I realised the date was just there and it was no more, basically no change, no nothing, it just disappeared.

    Thanks..
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  8. Posts : 15
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #18

    Hi again,

    I thought it would be the last but nope..

    So here is what I observed, all of a sudden I see something vanishing in the corner of my PC screen, you know when you don't look at something directly but it still is in your field of vision, and I realised the date was just there and it was no more, basically no change, no nothing, it just disappeared.

    I checked the event viewer as well but no clue in it.

    Thanks..

    SORRY FOR TH DOUBLE POST, DID NOT REALISE IT HAD ALREADY BEEN POSTED.
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