View Full Version : EP Time Format and no day.
18th Mar 2005, 10:03 PM
Hello, I dont know if this is normal or if something is up with my game. I dont know if this happens when Im in regular game - but it happens in University ( I havent played regualr people since I got the EP). K my prob is that the time format in the game is in 24 hour time format instead of am and pm time format. Also there is no day... it just says the time, now since they're in school I would imagine that there should be a day- but like I said, I dont know if this is buggy with my game or just its supposed to be that way. The other prob i have is that since isntalling the EP Ive noticed that sometimes when I close the game I will have a Virtual Memory warning with the yellow warning sign in my taskbar (running WinXp Pro) - it looks like the exclamation post icon for this forum. Anyone know what I can do about these 2 annoyances?
18th Mar 2005, 10:12 PM
There is no "Day" when on Campus. You're Sims do not Age while IN college. (Only after completion)
As far as the 24 hour clock rather than AM/PM. I have no idea why yours displays Militiary Time, but I for one would RATHER have Military Time on mine. So if you find out where the format can be switched... let me know! :)
19th Mar 2005, 12:52 AM
This here section is for help with the site, not help with the game. Moving the the Sims2 Help section.
20th Mar 2005, 9:18 PM
Sorry for mis placing it- now where do I find the thread? I thought it was in the right section- Sims2 Help..... I havent found an answer for my question yet.
8th Apr 2005, 3:46 AM
Hey I've been waiting for weeks- does anyone know how to change the time format in this game?
8th Apr 2005, 9:27 PM
University time does not have days, what you are seeing is how the game is, and can not be changed. If you hover over the hours, the clock will tell you how many hours you have left before your final exam.
The second problem means your system is running low on memory. Try shutting down unecessary applications while playing the sims. You can also search in your computer's help section for information about increasing virtual memory.
12th Apr 2005, 7:29 AM
does your University clock run in 24 hour format?
14th Apr 2005, 7:03 AM
is there anyone else that has their clock running in 24 hour format instead of 12 hour?
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