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    Posted: 16 Dec 2014 at 6:19pm
Currently I am using this java script on a custom stamp

event.value = util.printd('d-mmm-yyyy', new Date());

Which gives me date-Month-year

What would be the correct script to have it in spanish! HAHA!

It would read then

8-dic-2014
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Change the language for the product or the OS to Español.
 
But I think it would get the capitalization correct.


Edited by gkaiseril - 16 Dec 2014 at 8:26pm
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You can use this code to specify the Spanish localized date strings:
util.printd("date(es){D-MMM-YYYY}", new Date(), true);

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