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joe



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PostPosted: 17/09/05, 11:09    Post subject: the clock Reply with quote

the clock is wrong.
Its an hour slow. Exclamation
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oliver



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PostPosted: 17/09/05, 11:09    Post subject: thanks Reply with quote

i will pass this on thanks...
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joe



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PostPosted: 17/09/05, 11:11    Post subject: eye Reply with quote

I have a good eye for things like that.
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oliver



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PostPosted: 17/09/05, 11:12    Post subject: Because... Reply with quote

its because the forum uses GMT (grenich mean time) and it is BST (britsh summer time) there is an hour diffrence
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PostPosted: 19/09/05, 07:41    Post subject: BST -> GMT Reply with quote

Hi Joe, this was a good one - well spotted. As Oliver says this was due to my setting up the system using GMT. The actual posting times were correct, because it did actually say at the bottom of the screen (just above 'jump to:', 'All times are GMT'.

As we are currently still in BST (ie. GMT+1) I have changed the system time to reflect this, so it now reads 'All times are GMT+1. For your posts to look right, you will have to go to your profile (click the link at the top) and also select GMT+1.

This feature is (as Oliver said) to allow for people who could conceivably log in from, say, France which is 1hr ahead of us etc.
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Rhodie



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PostPosted: 19/09/05, 07:53    Post subject: Re: BST -> GMT Reply with quote

administrator wrote:

This feature is (as Oliver said) to allow for people who could conceivably log in from, say, France which is 1hr ahead of us etc.


As long as it is from Uplymeville, France Laughing
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geoff



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PostPosted: 19/09/05, 08:15    Post subject: Reply with quote

exactly, thanks Rhodie Laughing
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PostPosted: 20/09/05, 17:39    Post subject: Does this mean.... Reply with quote

Does this mean that when BST is over it will automatically go back to GMT or will we have to do this our selves Question

If we have to do it our selves may I sugest that an e-mail be sent to remind us about it. (I as well as others may forget).
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PostPosted: 21/09/05, 16:01    Post subject: I think... Reply with quote

that an email reminder would be a good idea or things might get a little confusing
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PostPosted: 21/09/05, 17:45    Post subject: Reply with quote

good idea. I will try to remember.

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