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My iPhone, iPad, MacBook Pro, iCloud all accept 24-hour settings for the calendar. I use 13 for 1 p.m., etc.
Recently, iMAC has only allowed single digits for the hour, even for the afternoon, even though the 24-hour setting is in effect in General and Languages and Keyboards. What has gone wrong and how to I correct it?
My default Calendar setting is iCloud and, iCloud on line accepts the 24-hour system figures.

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Which version of OS X are you running? I have mine set to the 24 Hr. clock and all my times are in the 24 Hr. format. I'm using the latest Mavericks 10.9.2. BTW, same on my iPhone.
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Mavericks, but I discovered the trick: with the system set for 24-hour times of course, first click on "all day" appointment even if you don't mean it, after which, you insert whatever hour you prefer in the 24-hour system. Why it wants to go through that ritual is anyone's guess.
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