I think, that in most part of the world, they are using the ISO standard (00:00), and not this form mostly used in US (and Great Britain), 00-23. And as I'm living in Europe, where we all use the ISO standard, it is for me, the way times shows up. When a day is passing, it ends at 23:59:59, and a new starts so at 00:00:00. And that's why I asked for this possibility!
But thanks for you'r time to lookup different solutions. I hope it will come as a solution, in future updates.
I put a Link in here!