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Date substitutions to check for year

At the moment if you use %m+1 %y to substitute dates into invoices, an invoice generated in Dec 2015 would display "January 2015" rather than the intended "January 2016". Something needs to be added to check if %m+1 takes you into a new year.
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  • Jan 10 2017
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  • Jan 10, 2017

    Admin response

    Hi Kit, Thanks for spotting this, I will pass this over to our development team to take a look at.
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  • Paul Smith commented
    19 Aug, 2019 09:01am

    This could be done by having other subsitutions for 'year of next month' or 'year of last month' as well rather than %y having to try to guess what the user meant.

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