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Forum Time Stamp?

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    Forum Time Stamp?

    It appears that the time on the forum posts is an hour behind. I checked my settings and it is set for the correct time zone, but it's 3:13 a.m. in Houston and the forum says 2:13.

    "It isnít pollution thatís harming the environment. Itís the impurities in our air and water that are doing it.
    " -- Dan Quayle

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    And why am I still awake??

    "It isnít pollution thatís harming the environment. Itís the impurities in our air and water that are doing it.
    " -- Dan Quayle

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    I’m in Australia and mine is the same an hour out ...

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    Test
    Mine is ok???

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    I just double checked and mine is set on Adelaide / Darwin which is my correct settings , however I didn’t have the drop down menu set on auto DST (daylight savings time)

    I’ve just changed that and my time is correct now

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    Only the result matters. Try setting daylight saving time, or simply use a different time zone which can give you the right time.

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    Mine is fine.... 12.02 (noon)

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    Curious. Testing mine now

    OK...well, it's 7.04 a.m. here in Nashville, and the forum time stamp is 12.04! Off to do some tweaking!

    ~~~~~

    And there we go, all on track. The time zone was set for...Lisbon, I think? And DSL was off. Now it's fine.

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    Mine's an hour off, too. It's an hour early.
    If we're ever in a situation where I am "the voice of reason", then we are in a very, very bad situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matrix View Post
    Only the result matters. Try setting daylight saving time, or simply use a different time zone which can give you the right time.
    Success! I didn't have the box for DST checked.

    "It isnít pollution thatís harming the environment. Itís the impurities in our air and water that are doing it.
    " -- Dan Quayle

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