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I am trying to create a new appointment in my calendar. When I go to create it, the hour field is missing. I can only see 00 AM for the Start time and End time. Not sure what I have done. If someone can tell me how to do a screen capture I will post it.

If I click on an appointment that is already in the calendar I get the same result.

Have I turned off the hour setting somehow? I know at one point everytime I tried to create an appointment it would change it to two hours behind. I believe that had to do with time zones or something.

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command+shift+4 for screen capture

is the "All Day Event" box checked?
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Here is a screenshot. Thanks to NumberSix on how to take it.
The all day box is not checked. I am missing just the hour, the minutes still show up.
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I did some more searching around and discovered that the hours are also missing when you go to the General Preferences page and look at Calendar. See attached pic. Could this be a corruption issue?

Any help is greatly appreciated.
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What happens when you type in the box or press the up/down arrow?

Can you click and drag on the calendar to create an event?

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When I type in the box I can change the minutes. If I go arrow up or down only the minutes change. It is always 9 for the hour. But the hour never changes if I go 58, 59, 00. It is still 9
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Hey guys, Just an update to my problem. I finally found the solution.

Go to
System Preferences,
Formats,

Mine was set on Custom, Change it to your region and the hours came back.

Hope this helps if anyone else has a problem with this.
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