This one doesnt make sense to me either...
Well, I did find that if you go into timers, and look at the little ? for "display" there, you will get the time variables, and you can use these in the picker again.So in your case, "E" would be day, but testing these I was only able to get the first two letters of the day.
But I found another interesting "bug" in this:
Here in norway we start the week on Monday in our calendars, not sunday as is the typical standard in the US.And making 100% sure I pick the collumn "sat", I would get the correct dates, but my day designation actually comes back in my native norwegian abbreviation "sø" wich in turn stands for søndag (sunday) here. Wich in turn made me wonder.Now looking at the date I picked, wich is December 12th, in the date picker, it is actually listed as "sat" but I'm fairly certain that if you look at a calendar for this year, you'll find that december 12th is in fact sunday, so the response I get from the script is actually correct with "sø/sun", however the day in the date picker is off by one day.
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