Yes, I figured you can change the format with an items file and custom format. But that would also require defining an custom item for each and every existing astro item with a custom date and time format.
I was just hoping maybe you could set a default for all items in the binding so the default paperui date time could be changed.
I’m almost certain that’s not possible. However it’s okay I guess because sunset will be a time, next full moon maybe a date and the next solar eclipse will consist of a year. It doesn’t hurt to define it.
You only have to define it for the Channels you are actually using AND want to display on your sitemap. For most practical purposes that will only be a few.
I’m intrigued by a user configurable default for all DateTime Items. Most users will want to display the majority of their DateTimes in the same way (though @ThomDietrich appears to have gone all out ). I’m not sure how feasible that is in the current sitemap architecture.
What is? Back when I build my astro items file, this took me 10 minutes tops. It’s just a bit of copy&paste really. Have it once, forget about it. What you do in rules or sitemaps is unrelated from that point on forward.
What I meant was I don’t know how feasible the current sitemap architecture can support something like setting a default date time format. I agree it really isn’t a significant about of work to copy paste the labels.
Create a new file inside sublime and try again
The file you are trying to write to is probably not in Unicode but ASCII encoding. ASCII doesn’t know emojis.
You can change that by opening your old file and selecting “File -> Save with Encoding” inside sublime.