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Last Post: June 15, 2011

By gleaman66 - January 1, 2011 - edited: January 3, 2011

My site is no longer functional. Article Content drop down menu stop at 2010.

Anyone know how to add years to the Article Content drop down menu so my articles will show up as 2011 instead of the default 2000?

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Re: [gleaman] AM2 Article Content Year stops at 2010

CRAP! Mine too!! I'm so busted like this! I hope we get it fixed.

Re: [gleaman] AM2 Article Content Year stops at 2010

By gleaman66 - January 1, 2011 - edited: January 1, 2011

I found this tooling around the admin menus, I am back in business.

Log into the admin window and follow this path.

Admin-->Admin Menu-->Regional Settings-->General Settings-->Year Range

Here you can change it to 2037

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Re: [gleaman] AM2 Article Content Year stops at 2010

Aha! You are the man my friend. Thanks so much. Phew! LOL

Re: [gleaman] AM2 Article Content Year stops at 2010

Go into your admin section, under Regional Settings and expand the general settings from 2010 to 2037. Any articles you created before noticing they don't show will have to be recreated.

Hope this helps,
Pascale

Re: [yubanet] AM2 Article Content Year stops at 2010

For the articles already created, Changing the date to 2011 in the article content section of the article will bring the article back to the top, no need to recreate the wheel.

Re: [gleaman] AM2 Article Content Year stops at 2010

What happens after 2037? [sly]

Re: [gwiley] AM2 Article Content Year stops at 2010

Hi everybody, I've made this post sticky so it's at the top of the list and posts and easy to find for other AM2 users.

>What happens after 2037?

Bad bad things.. : )
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Year_2038_problem

Apparently the latest version of Perl fixes it (search for Y2038)
http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.perl5.porters/2010/04/msg158820.html

All the best!
Dave Edis - Senior Developer
interactivetools.com

Re: [Dave] AM2 Article Content Year stops at 2010

So, I guess my site will still be up and making money, just no new articles. I'll be 69 in 2038 so I'm sure I won't be sitting around entering articles by then. :)

I feel bad for those that'll have to deal with it. I had to go through the Y2K bug with the company I worked with at the time. What a pain in the arse!

Of course, the world is supposed to end in 2012 anyway, so I guess we won't have to worry about it! [laugh]

Re: [gwiley] AM2 Article Content Year stops at 2010

Cheers for this, had a panic on there!
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