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Old 02-04-2010, 05:52 PM   #1
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Talking Clock question

Hi tech people. I've noticed that the time stamp on messages I post is really off from my "real" time. We are PST and even if you add three hours it's still not right. Is there something I should know about IRV2 time???
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The time can be set by members for their time zone.

Click on User CP

Click on Edit Options

Scroll down and set your time zone.

Click on Save Changes at the bottom
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Old 02-04-2010, 06:09 PM   #3
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Thanks so much. That sure did the trick!!!

Another thought - how many people know what WYSIWYG means? I do and I even know how to "pronounce" it!!!
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Old 02-04-2010, 06:13 PM   #4
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ABSOLUTELY!!! How much fun is that?!!!
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So why is this so hard? Why isn't everything calibrated to EST or GMT (or pick a standard time zone). I just posted at 12:47am and it's 7:57pm EST here? Just a recommendation to simplify our lives.
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Why isn't everything calibrated to EST or GMT (or pick a standard time zone).
Actually, our default setting for new members was originally GMT and was recently changed to CST. Keep in mind we have members all around the globe; not counting Hawaii the US has 5 time zones. Also we have 13 members registered in Australia, 115 registered as the United Kingdom, Great Britain, or England. There are others all around the globe.

We even have one in Western Cape, South Africa who posts here: karel1969
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In addition to Richard's comments, as we travel to different time zones, we have the ability to have the correct time for our current location.
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