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    Site time is off


    I just noticed that the site thinks my local time is an hour slower than it is. I have the right time zone selected, and my system's time is correct.

    There doesn't seem to be a site discussion forum (shame! ), so that's why I'm posting this here.
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    uhmmmm... daylight savings?
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    ... is not currently active. We're on standard time. The site might be accounting for DST when it's no longer active.
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    roninblade, does it show the correct time for you?
    For me it is one hour late too. I forwarded this to the admins.

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    Realize not everyone lives in the same time zone.

    You have an option to set time offset in your control panel, since a setting that works.
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    Ed--Ed does it show the correct time for you?
    I did set the correct time zone, but I still see the clock running one hour late..

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    I never set my offset so I don't know if it ever displayed the right time for me, if it is an hour late for you then just use a different offset.

    If this just happened suddenly then changing your settings is fine untill they fix whatever happened.
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    yup, one hour off here too,

    and when/if they fix it, it would have been nice to have the option to chose 24h day,
    am/pm still buggers me
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    hey, i just noticed now. mine time is one hour late too.
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    I have my time set for the Pacific time offset. My time is 9:30pm and the time on the site shows 8:30pm
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    Agreed, I prefer 24-hour time as well.

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