Can the same option be extended to these components within a table field data type ?
I’m currently using the “Date” column type for a table, which displays just the 4-byte day representation of a date/time correctly in the table (as shown in the screenshot below).
However, you can see that the newRow query for a date entered is accounting for the current timezone when a date is entered, which means (for me) that the date displayed switches back a day, due to UTC being 10 or 11 hours behind my local timezone.
Is it possible for either:
- A “Date” datatype to be a 4-byte date that ignores time and timezones altogether? e.g. postgresql “Date” type
- A “Date” datatype in a table field/column to have the same local time toggle as has been added above for text input controls ?