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How to format all dates and times into user's default local time zone?

Volodymyr Lysenko
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Hello!

I have good idea. I want to style all dates and times within my site into user's default local time zone. So that date and time is correct for user's local time zone.

I know I can use <f:convertDateTime>. But is there any way to format all dates from one place without using <f:convertDateTime>?

Thank you!


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Tim Holloway
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Unfortunately, no. And unless the tag explicitly overrides it, the timezone will be UTC.


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