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  • Forum clock

    Is anyone else's forum clock already an hour ahead? I'd set for Pacific time and Automatically detect DST settings. If I turn DST off then it's OK. I'm only having this problem on vbulletin sites. I just noticed, it also says GMT -7, PST should be GMT -8. Weird

    Nevermind must have been something on my PC causing it. I thought the forum clock went by server time. Apparently not.
    Last edited by mcow1; 03-05-2008, 08:00 PM.
    Mike



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    Re: Forum clock

    Originally posted by mcow1 View Post
    I thought the forum clock went by server time. Apparently not.
    It does. However, the DST options are set via your personal PC (a javascript call). With all the DST changes over the last year, this can cause major problems. Windows Vista users should be fine, XP users can get the update from Windows Update, and Tiger/Leopard users should be fine with latest updates installed.
    -Monorail Man

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