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On Windows and Linux, the view menu is extensive and you can choose from different time display formats.

(as described in the manual, https://www.wireshark.org/docs/wsug_html/#ChWorkTimeFormatsSection)

How do I do this on Wireshark for OS X? I have version 1.99.1-248-ga2508bd and my view menu looks like this:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/259p0ajk1mnhztc/Screenshot%202014-10-21%2012.57.10.png

asked 21 Oct '14, 03:58

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edited 22 Oct '14, 11:04

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The QT version is still a work in progress and so may not have all the functionality of the older versions yet.

Edit: Any of the automated builds 1.99.1-271 or later should now have a the View | Time Display Format options enabled thanks to @Gerald Combs.

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answered 21 Oct '14, 04:15

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edited 22 Oct '14, 02:24

See also this question. If you don't mind running X you could simply switch back to the Gtk-based GUI.

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