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Photoshop falsely autocorrects date and time

New Here ,
Jun 12, 2024 Jun 12, 2024

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When I add dates and times in a photoshop text layer (e.g. when creating event ads), Photoshop automatically "corrects" this in a completely misleading form, e.g.:
typed in: "June 29, 2024" > Photoshop changes it to: "June 2024, 19"

"June 29/2024" > "June 2024/19"

"2024/06/19" > "19/06/2024" **

"June 29, 2024 - 2-5 p.m." > "June 19 - 2-5 p.m., 2024"

"2-5 pm" > "5-2 pm"

"14:00-17:00" > "17:00-14:00"
"14.30-17.30" > "17.30-14.30"

 

Whichever date and time format I try, Photoshop automatically changes it to something else.
** This is the only date format I could live with, but I believe it's only used in Germany...

 

Can anybody help?

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Jun 12, 2024 Jun 12, 2024

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Sorry typos above: Photoshop doesn't change 29 to 19, of course, only switches places and order of the characters

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Jun 12, 2024 Jun 12, 2024

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Photoshop does not have an autocorrect feature. I suspect that its your operating system or a third-party utility making the changes.

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Thanks. However, it ONLY happens in Photoshop (not sure about the other Adobe applications, haven't tested that). So it shouldn't be the operating system. Do you have any idea which 3rd party applications could interfere with Photoshop this way? Because as I said it doesn't happen in any other application I use..

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