If the 1st time-entry field is PM & the 2nd field does not specify, do not reset the 1st field to am

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Drew Faubion posted this 2 weeks ago

Sometimes I type in less than full times into the start time and end time entry fields, sometimes it is by accident, sometimes I know that tmetric will auto-complete `3:0a` to `3:00 am`.  There's an annoying behavior with the end time field though:

Let's say start time is set to "4:30 pm", and then I type in "5:00" into the end time field, the system assumes I mean five AM and resets the start time to 4:30 am.  It should not do that.  My explicit PM in the first field should override the unspecified suffix in the end time field.  Only when I manually type "AM" should the end time cause the start time to change.

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Vladimir Mikheev posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi Drew, 
Thank you for reporting this.
So far, we have failed to reproduce such behavior where start time would change when specifying end time of a time entry.
Kindly send over either screenshots or a video recording illustrating the steps you are taking and the resulting change in the start time field.
Also, please let us know your current time and timezone.

Once the sequence of steps you take is crystal-clear, we will be able to investigate this issue.
Looking forward to hearing from you.

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Drew Faubion posted this 2 weeks ago

Here is a video of the issue:

 

https://file.io/F9vnAc

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Vladimir Mikheev posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi Drew, 
Thank you for clarifying this.
Based on the video you've sent, at some moment, when you were editing the time, the start time was 8 PM, which is more than the end time of 7 PM. To prevent this, TMetric automatically adjusts the time.
It's important to make sure that the start time of any time entry is less than the end time.
I hope this makes sense.

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Vladimir Mikheev posted this 2 weeks ago

As a quick followup - it's not completely intended behavior after all - AM\PM properties should not change. We will be fixing this iisue at the earliest convenience.

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