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dcullen
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DatePicker field not accepting the "language" property

I am trying to format the DatePicker field in my form to the UK date format dd/mm/yyyy. I thought by setting the language property on the Card it would automatically display the correct format? However It doesn't appear to like me putting en-GB. I wondered if anyone knew the correct format which it accepts?

 

See my error below, I am using the PowerApps web version.

 

Thanks.

 

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CarlosFigueira
Power Apps
Power Apps

In the advanced pane you need to have a text expression for the property - try changing it to

"en-GB"

(i.e., putting your language between quotes) and it should work.

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CarlosFigueira
Power Apps
Power Apps

In the advanced pane you need to have a text expression for the property - try changing it to

"en-GB"

(i.e., putting your language between quotes) and it should work.

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Anonymous
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For English dd/mm/yyyy use the 'Format' option and just enter "dd/mm/yyyy" in the speech marks to resolve this - old post so you probably sorted already..

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