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ZULU Time

jdcollier

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I use GMT (ZULU) time for all my Logbook entries. I do not see this option available for logging time in the Palm Companion. Is this unavailable?
 

Neal Culiner

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You can log 'future' dates/times. I'm confused at what you may be expecting. Please explain further if I'm missing something.

Neal Culiner
NC Software, Inc.
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jdcollier

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My company and I use Grenwich Mean Time to log all flight times. Basically a 24 hour Military type clock as in 0000 to 2400. No AM/PM which would be a 12 hour clock. This format is standard for Military Pilots as well.
 

Neal Culiner

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This is a preference of your Palm device, not the software. In my Palm 515 I go to the Palm Preferences then Formats from the top right drop down. Choose HH:MM from the Time drop down selector.

Neal Culiner
NC Software, Inc.
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jdcollier

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I like to use standard AM/PM for my Palm clock/alarm and GMT/Military Time for my Logbook flight time entries. I guess I will have to use GMT/Military time for everything now...

Thanks for the responses.
Dale Collier
 
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