Commit b3094a51 authored by merlinofchaos's avatar merlinofchaos

#110212: Text patch to clarify date fields.

parent 06031100
......@@ -114,6 +114,7 @@ Views --dev
o 107371: Correct spelling of 'weather' to 'whether'.
o 107218: 107217: Fixed some E_NOTICE errors.
o 106464: Taxonomy links showed up as Array | Array | Array rather than the taxonomy terms.
o 110212: Text patch to clarify date fields.
New features:
o 105620: New (undocumented) hook_views_tables_alter and hook_views_arguments_alter.
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......@@ -141,7 +141,7 @@ function comment_views_tables() {
'value' => views_handler_filter_date_value_form(),
'handler' => 'views_handler_filter_timestamp',
'option' => 'string',
'help' => t('This filter allows nodes to be filtered by the last comment timestamp. Enter dates in the format: CCYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS. Enter \'now\' to use the current time. You may enter a delta (in seconds) to the option that will be added to the time; this is most useful when combined with now. If you have the jscalendar module from jstools installed, you can use a popup date picker here.'),
'help' => t('This filter allows nodes to be filtered by the timestamp for the last comment or node edit. The "Value" can either be a date in the format: CCYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS or the word "NOW" to use the current time. You may enter a positive or negative number in the "Option" field that will represent the amount of seconds that will be added or substracted to the time; this is most useful when combined with "NOW". If you have the jscalendar module from jstools installed, you can use a popup date picker here.'),
),
'last_changed' => array(
'name' => t('Comment: Last Changed Time'),
......@@ -149,7 +149,7 @@ function comment_views_tables() {
'value' => views_handler_filter_date_value_form(),
'handler' => 'views_handler_filter_last_changed',
'option' => 'string',
'help' => t('This filter allows nodes to be filtered by the timestamp for the last comment or node edit. Enter dates in the format: CCYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS. Enter \'now\' to use the current time. You may enter a delta (in seconds) to the option that will be added to the time; this is most useful when combined with now. If you have the jscalendar module from jstools installed, you can use a popup date picker here.'),
'help' => t('This filter allows nodes to be filtered by the timestamp for the last comment or node edit. The "Value" can either be a date in the format: CCYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS or the word "NOW" to use the current time. You may enter a positive or negative number in the "Option" field that will represent the amount of seconds that will be added or substracted to the time; this is most useful when combined with "NOW". If you have the jscalendar module from jstools installed, you can use a popup date picker here.'),
),
),
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