How can I display exact dates instead of relative dates in source code view?

When I'm looking at a changeset in Fisheye, by default I am shown the commit time in a format like:

Created: 23 Apr (23 hours ago)

I can see the exact date and time of the commit by mousing over that timestamp, but I would prefer to see it on the page without having to scrub it with my mouse.

While this is a good idea for "activity stream" type views, I don't find the relative format or rounded number helpful when navigating through several commits that happened close together (particularly when using a Git repository without sequential version numbering).

Is there an option to turn off relative dates/times altogether?

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There's none and likely won't be (but you are welcome to request this on j.a.c)

Well that's disappointing.

I'll stick with 'git log' then!

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