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I'm currently developing a multilingual site that uses Solspace Calendar as a calendering tool. Since it is multilingual, I will need to 'translate' the outputted days to either dutch, french or english.

Since the locale is english, it outputs this by default.

I tried using Hippo's Time/Date converter - and it's correctly called within the {occurrences} tags but the output within those tags are formatted in a way that the Hippo plugin doesn't understand them.

Is anyone aware of way to format the output of Caledar to a unixtimestamp?

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Why not to use format="%U"?

From the documentation of Solspace Calendar:

In addition to standard EE date formatting, Calendar supports[...]

From the documentation of EECMS:

%U: seconds since the epoch

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  • I wasn't able to close the topic. Found the answer right after posting it - but my stack exchange rep isn't high enough :/ – CloudzHQ Nov 9 '13 at 20:04
  • If the question is duplicated, I can close it for you. If it isn't, just mark the answer as right and help other people looking for the same answer. – Robson Sobral Nov 9 '13 at 23:49

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