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Handle Timezones #23075

kibanamachine opened this issue Apr 18, 2018 · 0 comments

Handle Timezones #23075

kibanamachine opened this issue Apr 18, 2018 · 0 comments


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@kibanamachine kibanamachine commented Apr 18, 2018

Original comment by @cqliu1:

Currently, Canvas doesn't handle timezones very well. Dates are created with no specified timezone, and without a specified timezone, moment will display the time based on the user's locale. We should set a default timezone and allow the user to pass in timezone as an arg in the date functions. We should write tests that simulate running the date functions in different browsers with different timezones.

Note: The common functions date, formatdate, and rounddate are currently using moment.utc() to treat all dates as UTC dates as a temporary fix to keep tests from breaking in different timezones (PR LINK REDACTED).

@cqliu1 cqliu1 added the impact:high label May 29, 2019
@cqliu1 cqliu1 added loe:week and removed loe:days labels Oct 4, 2019
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@timductive timductive moved this from Up Next to To do in canvas Oct 17, 2019
@timductive timductive moved this from To do to In progress in canvas Oct 24, 2019
@cqliu1 cqliu1 self-assigned this Oct 25, 2019
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