I asked this question on swc-help, but nobody logged on at the time seemed to know, so I'm just going to copy paste the question here;
so I was reading the rules about swc's timeframe, it says each swc year is composed of 365 days, but in the holocron's timeline, there are events marked as having happened both on days 0 of a few years, and others events on days 365, which would mean each combine year is actually composed of 366 days, not 365......is anyone clear on this? which one is it, 366 or 365?
Scroll to bottom: http://holocron.swcombine.com/wiki/Year_12
"One standard Combine Galactic Year will last 365 days" pulled from: http://www.swcombine.com/rules/?Timeframe
Edited By: Mingolo Mingolonio on Year 16 Day 262 15:46 ____________
Does SWC also account for leap years? I don't think it does, I think SWC loses one day for every leap year compared to the RL calendar. But anyway, that's not really my question, I guess you could rephrase the question this way: is there a day 0 in swc as well as a day 365?
I've been playing around with the converter here: http://www.swcombine.com/rules/?Timeframe
Edit: plus there's also this- http://market.centrepointstation.com/calendar.php
which contradicts the previous and lists days from 1 to 365
Edit2: fixed wrong link
Edited By: Mingolo Mingolonio on Year 16 Day 262 23:04 ____________