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    I just posted a reply and noticed that the post time showed 1:48 pm. It was actually 12:48 PST when I clicked the post button. My iPad time shows 12:53 as I type this. Not a big deal but I'm curious to know if it's a site thing or if I have an internal clock in my iPad somewhere that's off.
    Bruce & Shannon
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    Bruce, go into your account. Click on the triangle, next to your screen name at the top right corner of the page. Click on Settings, then on Account. Scroll down and you will find Date and Time Options. You can add the correct time zone there and also click on the DST designation. On edit: Oops--I have the wrong time also. Maybe I need to delete my DST designation. Can't erase this post--I'm not authorized in this section.
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      I tried all three DST settings and remained an hour off. I even tried changing my time zone to Mountain Time and it's still an hour off. It's only 8:32 as I type this. Something else is wrong. I guess it's not a big deal.
      Bruce & Shannon
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Fox&Bear View Post
        I tried all three DST settings and remained an hour off. I even tried changing my time zone to Mountain Time and it's still an hour off. It's only 8:32 as I type this. Something else is wrong. I guess it's not a big deal.
        Even though I live in 'Pacific Time' (California), I have to set my time-zone ahead one hour to 'Alaska Time'. That 'fix' seems to keep my times accurate.

        During DST, I set it back to 'Pacific Time'. Gives me something to work on twice a year .
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        • #5
          Good idea, Dave--I'll try it also--I haven't been able to get mine fixed!
          Linda & Dave (retired US Army) and Magic, the Yellow Lab Duck Dog
          2002 Arctic Fox 25R, Yamaha 2400i, Les Schwab 105 6-volt batteries, Maxxis Tires, Torque Lift Steps
          2017 RAM 2500 Bighorn Crew Cab 4x4, CTD, 8' Bed, Granite Crystal, new 7/1/17
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