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#815634
In all versions of PM, the hour:minute is set to 00:00 by default in datetime fields.

If you want the current hour:minute to be displayed, add " HH:mm" to the datetime's format property (or something similar to display the hour and minutes). Then, set the initial selection date property to minute:
selectCurrentMinute.png
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#815652
amosbatto wrote: Fri Aug 10, 2018 11:14 pm In all versions of PM, the hour:minute is set to 00:00 by default in datetime fields.

If you want the current hour:minute to be displayed, add " HH:mm" to the datetime's format property (or something similar to display the hour and minutes). Then, set the initial selection date property to minute:

selectCurrentMinute.png
sorry, but you are wrong, PM321 does answer the time with the hour
Error hora to day PM321 with hour.png
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and it has correctly configured its properties
Error hora to day PM321 with hour properties.png
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and it´s the process, try in pm321, it works

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Thanks
#815655
In PM 3.2.1 Community installed in Debian 8.4, I am seeing the time set to 00:00. Only when I change the initial date selection property to something other than false does it set the time to the current time. I see the same thing in 3.2.3.

3.2.2 and later have Laravel which sets the base time zone to UTC, so maybe that changes something, I'm not seeing the change in the time of datetime fields.
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