Missing time stamps?

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  1. dmc2008

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    Just recently, I noticed that some threads do not show a time stamp on posts. Yet, others do!

    For example, I am not able to see time stamps on my BST thread:
    DMC's Sale List

    UPDATE: Okay, if you hover the cursor over the date, you can see the time. Yet, other threads display it outright.

    Any idea how to fix?

    Thanks so much!!
     
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    They all seem to have time stamps to me. Hovering over the date gives you the actual time of day as well. If that's missing, or you're speaking on something else, please let me know.


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  3. dmc2008

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    What I mean is; some of the threads display the time stamp without having to hover your cursor over. I was wondering if it was a feature, and whether the OP or viewer could change the options.
    Thanks!

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    I think recent entries get the time, as it gets older it goes to day only. By design of software developers. No option to change per user.
     
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