Did you install the US version instead of the EN version? Or do you run your OS with those date settings. As far as I know, this date uses the format from the OS.
BTW, why do you need this date (or also register markers)? All information is found in the PDF.
I upgraded from Creative Cloud using the only option available to me which is English.
I am using Windows 7 Pro and no updates have been made to change the date format in Windows.
This has only happened after running the update of InDesign and is showing on 2 of our machines here.
We are a print shop and the date and file information etc. is printed on proofs etc. direct from InDesign so the information is important to us.
We do not use PDF's, we print straight from InDesign without any issues using Print Presets.
Who gives out these green Correct Answer stars? My question is not answered.
How have you entered date in your document, as text variable? If yes then you can change date format by editing the corresponding text variable, Type->Text Variables->Define and then edit, it will be updated at all the places.
Are you talking about the date in registration marks or about the date of a text variable?
Willi, I have been talking about the date that appears on printed documents when the file information box is ticked in marks and bleeds>marks in the print dialog box.
I have fixed this issue by resetting my date format in Windows under Region and Language date formats.
The last update of InDesign CC2015 must have changed this format as prior to that update my date format was fine.
I now agree that you were correct in stating that the OS sets the date format but I maintain that something in this update changed my date format.