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  1. Giving this a bump. Can someone please answer?
  2. Is this possible? We want to do this so that (some) links from advertisers are more exposed to search engines.
  3. Thank you for doing what you can, we really appreciate it. As stated a dozen times since June of last year regarding this issue, we'll gladly donate once the issue is resolved :) Meanwhile, I'll see if our programmer can hire another programmer to figure it out. I wouldn't imagine it's rocket science; just scan the files and code for buzz words in the email, right?
  4. Yes, we updated both threads for maximum visibility and action. Can you please tell us where to edit it for now, until your next release? With all due respect, we've been reporting this issue for four years now; first three years you guys told us how to fix it every time you updated, the last year you won't tell us and keep saying it will be fixed. Meanwhile, our advertisers get upset from the incorrect dates, accounts expire without proper notice, they lose sales, we lose money and long term relationships, and it's all around bad business. Then you ask us for donations for work that hasn't been completed. :) Thank you for considering simply telling us where to edit the date format in the email template for now, like you always did before.
  5. Hello? Edit: Is there something like an email template in the software we can edit to fix this?
  6. Hi, Is it possible to use the set advertiser's URL from the banner link url destination instead of the Ad Revive Server's link on a per banner ad basis? https://www.domain.com/bmg/www/delivery/ck.php?blahblah Or is it possible to have it done globally? I would much rather like to know about it on a per ad basis. If you can send over instructions or a link to a guide, that would be great. Thanks!
  7. It appears to be resolved in the admin control panel, however you missed updating the email that goes out advising of expiration. Example for an August expiration email notification The campaign belonging to XXX shown below is due to end on 01-08-2019. This should read 08-01-2019 for US format
  8. Doesn't seem to be fixed. Language has always been set to English US.
  9. Our programmer says the date format did not change, he says... mbeccati's instructions are already in place as shown in the attached screenshot from the new version - https://github.com/revive-adserver/revive-adserver/issues/983#issuecomment-400943340 account-preferences-timezone.php is set to America/Los_Angeles - https://www.xxx.com/bmg/www/admin/account-preferences-timezone.php Unless there should be a new option to select under account-preferences-timezone.php for the change to go into effect?
  10. It's still showing UK date format, is there a place to change it to US date format?
  11. I understand fully. Can I please get the data to change the code ourselves, like we had to do a dozen times before with our old programmer? It's obvious you don't have a priority on the US date format, since you are in the UK. Can you please help me get this info, I've requested it about a dozen times over the last 6 months with zero reply. Thank you.
  12. Any word on the next update guys? I'd like to get the code changes to do ourselves, if you are going to take much longer. Using the UK date format in the US confuses our sponsors, resulting in a loss of revenue. Please help us out, we've been very patient. Thank you.
  13. Hi Guys, It's been 3 months and the update has not happened yet. Any chance we can get it pushed forward or get the code directions to fix our issue? Thank you. @Matteo Beccati @andrewatfornax
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