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Re: Please read this, before you post. Yes you.

Postby Jayers » November 6th, 2009, 3:48 pm

dirt wrote:
MikeBl wrote:Not REAL important but times listed in posts are not current Daylight Savings times, actual time is 1 hour ahead.
Actual time of this post is 2:51


The board time is correct, but each user can set their own time settings in their user profile (because, the user isn't necessarily in the same time zone as the board.)

Click on User Control Panel above, and then select Board Preferences. There will be a place to set your time zone and DST settings.



EDIT: Wait, you have to manually click to button on your control panel to make it not think it's Daylight Savings time? Would have thought the board code would do this automatically. Most do. Not nagging, but something to think about on the next blockpoint upgrade....


I'm seeing this right now. Posts are going up with times that are an hour later than is acual. This should be posted at 3:50pm EST. And I'm in the Eastern time zone AND my settings already say that in the control panel.


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Re: Please read this, before you post. Yes you.

Postby c0nsumer » April 9th, 2010, 8:14 am

Are you quoting someone, or saying that you're having an issue?

If the time isn't right for you, go into your profile and ensure you are set to the right time zone and to use DST if appropriate.
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Re: Please read this, before you post. Yes you.

Postby wingzz » April 9th, 2010, 10:55 am

c0nsumer wrote:Are you quoting someone, or saying that you're having an issue?

If the time isn't right for you, go into your profile and ensure you are set to the right time zone and to use DST if appropriate.


confused as to why you are commenting on a post from 06 Nov 2009
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Re: Please read this, before you post. Yes you.

Postby c0nsumer » April 9th, 2010, 11:14 am

wingzz wrote:
c0nsumer wrote:Are you quoting someone, or saying that you're having an issue?

If the time isn't right for you, go into your profile and ensure you are set to the right time zone and to use DST if appropriate.


confused as to why you are commenting on a post from 06 Nov 2009


Hmm. Not sure. Somehow I was seeing it as being a new thread. Odd.
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Re: Please read this, before you post. Yes you.

Postby ihateplaindave » April 9th, 2010, 11:25 am

If the time/DATE isn't right for you, go into your profile and ensure you are set to the right time zone and to use DST if appropriate.
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Re: Please read this, before you post. Yes you.

Postby c0nsumer » April 9th, 2010, 11:26 am

ihateplaindave wrote:If the time/DATE isn't right for you, go into your profile and ensure you are set to the right time zone and to use DST if appropriate.


Actually, no. The timezone/DST settings won't cause that level of disparity in date. Only, at most, 24 hours.
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Re: Please read this, before you post. Yes you.

Postby rickysee » April 5th, 2011, 9:14 am

I am not feeling so welcome on this wagon....uugghh,.glad i read this :lol:
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Re: Please read this, before you post. Yes you.

Postby andyklevorn » September 22nd, 2011, 4:05 pm

Yeah, that was a pretty awesome post!
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Re: Please read this, before you post. Yes you.

Postby hradio » October 21st, 2011, 4:26 pm

Hi all, was sent over here by some friends at the fine forum over at Serotta. Looking forward to lurking and participating.
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