Is the forum time one hour ahead?

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Re: Is the forum time one hour ahead?

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There was a problem with the time-settings on the server, everything should be o.k. again.
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Re: Is the forum time one hour ahead?

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Hans wrote:There was a problem with the time-settings on the server, everything should be o.k. again.
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Re: Is the forum time one hour ahead?

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downer wrote:
Helix Von Smelix wrote:Did this happen after the software update?
Probably happened ages ago, and I only just noticed. :oops:
Don't fell bad. I don't even know what they are talking about! :lol: I'm 7 hours behind!
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Re: Is the forum time one hour ahead?

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I love dragging up old threads. :-"

Seems this has happened again. The forum clock appears to be one hour fast.....

I have my settings as UTC with DST set to on.......... The forum clock is one hour ahead of my super accurate wrist-watch. :)
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Re: Is the forum time one hour ahead?

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Mine shows the correct time, but only with DST set to OFF, of course.
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Re: Is the forum time one hour ahead?

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Of course.... but if I see a box marked "Summer Time/DST is in effect:", I feel compelled to tick it. :)
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