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  • Time Stamp On Posts is an Hour Fast

    Being that 'Daylight Saving Time' ended a couple of days ago, I've noticed that the time stamp on each member's post is now an hour fast.

    My local time setting is correct under my user settings. Is there a daylight saving time box somewhere that I'm missing?
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    Actually the site is set to the correct time zone and daylight savings. However, each individual member can control their own time stamp within their own settings. I had to change mine to DST corrections are always off to make it read correctly. This must be a bug in the software and I will check on it when I have time. But... for now make the changes within your own member settings.
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      Originally posted by Shotgun View Post
      Actually the site is set to the correct time zone and daylight savings. However, each individual member can control their own time stamp within their own settings. I had to change mine to DST corrections are always off to make it read correctly. This must be a bug in the software and I will check on it when I have time. But... for now make the changes within your own member settings.
      Thank you
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