Also, if there was a way to default the start date to the previous end date that would rock!
NOTE: For those that care for extreme detail, yes, I realize their term didn't end at midnight, but for my purposes, having the presidents overlap a single day isn't an issue /wink.
Hi, I assume where you are talking about putting the "4" in two times you are referring to using the date picker(the calendar icon)? The issue you see is coming about because of the way we display end dates (you can read about that here: https://www.aeontimeline.com/support/representing-dates-and-durations/) When you use the date picker to choose a day for the end date it automatically takes on the time that it currently has. So when you are adding an event, if it begins as 04 Mar 1837 0:00:00, if you use the date picker to select 04 Mar 1841, then it assumes the date is 04 Mar 1841 0:00:00. This is the same time as 3 Mar 1841 24:00:00, which is why it gets converted to this. (instead of 04 Mar 1841 24:00:00). This is why when you use the date picker to select the 4 again, it now gives the date you want (04 Mar 1841 24:00:00, because it is automatically choosing the time displayed (24:00:00)) There is no way to default the time of the end date at the moment, besides manually typing the time in before you choose the day. There is also no way to default the start date to the previous entered end date. When adding an event it either defaults to the date in the middle of the timeline screen (if you add an event using the menu/icon) or the date where you double click on the timeline. Jess
Thank you for the information.