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|0004995||SMF 2.1||Template||public||2012-07-13 22:35||2012-08-25 11:23|
|Summary||0004995: "on Today" should just be "Today".|
|Description||BoardIndex.template.php and several other places.|
When the Today and Yesterday options are enabled, the time for the last post wil show as blah blah "on Today" or blah blah "on Yesterday", which is pretty retarded usage of English.
It has probably been like this since YaBB days. Maybe someone should fix it sometime in the next century or two.
Novel concept here. It would be perfectly acceptable to just use a timestamp without anything in front of it.
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|So just update $txt['last_post_message'] and remove the word 'on'|