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Old 03-30-2009, 09:18 AM   #1
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iRV2's time zone?

I was just looking at a post in General Discusion that was posted at 1:55 PM today. Our time here was a few mins. after 7AM PDT. That make a difference of at least 7 hrs.
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You can set your correct time zone by clicking on User CP and setting your time zone in your profile.
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My last posting was at 9:42 PM CDT, the Post showed it was at 2:42 AM. That's 17 Hours behind time, what time zone could that possibly be?

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Actually it is 5 hours ahead of you as it's GMT Greenwich England or UT Universal time. You are posting into the future! Can you check some stock prices while you are there for me?????
Change it to CDT in the "User CP" user control panel....
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Thanks, took some looking to find the Time Zone feature, couldn't figure out which option or edit it would be under. Didn't realize they would have me in Western Europe. Got it to Central time zone, USA.
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Thanks, took some looking to find the Time Zone feature, couldn't figure out which option or edit it would be under. Didn't realize they would have me in Western Europe. Got it to Central time zone, USA.
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The jet lag is terrible. Forgot the souvioniers, couldn't figure out how many pounds they would cost.

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