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    yet another clock test

    time 8:20 ish

    Post time 10:25
    Last edited by Topdeck, London; 26th February 2015, 09:13 AM.

    #2
    I didn't think this was issue now?? ok my post time stamp is 2 minutes fast.

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      #3
      My posts are showing 2hrs ahead of the time on the clock at the bottom(on this computer)

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        #4
        The time now is: 9:13:36

        Last edited by Topdeck, London; Today at 11:13 AM

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          #5
          Just checking the time⏰. Is it about two minutes out.
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            #6
            I don't really care...Taffy
            ​Taffy

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              #7
              .
              Hi Topdeck.
              The time on the forum clock is bang on. I've tested it against the my radio controlled clock which is synchronized to an atomic clock. Have you checked that your time zone is set to GMT in your forum setting? Hope this helps.

              Cheers OSD
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                #8
                I have difficulty knowing what day it is
                Retired---nuff said

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Eileen Dallas, Torrevieja. Spain View Post
                  I have difficulty knowing what day it is
                  Retired---nuff said
                  Me too Eileen. Who cares?

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                    #10
                    I also have difficulty knowing what day it is, but just for interest checked the forum clock and its spot on with my IPad clock

                    Topdeck you need to go into the forum settings and re set your time zone.
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                      #11
                      the clock time is right the post times 2 hrs ahead

                      chances are they are using different settings.

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                        #12
                        13.14on forum clock

                        One 24h and one 12 h!!

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Lacey, Wirral View Post
                          13.14on forum clock

                          One 24h and one 12 h!!
                          To be precise-have I nothing else to do!?

                          They are not two minutes out - I edited my post at 01.16

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                            #14
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                            Topdeck. If you've not already done so, go to the HOME blue bar near the top of the page and select....

                            FORUM ACTIONS and then click on GENERAL SETTINGS
                            Scroll down to DATE & TIME OPTIONS
                            Select TIME ZONE (GMT) Western Europe time, London, Lisbon, Casablanca
                            Then set the DST CORRECTION OPTION to Automatically detect DST settings
                            Next select START OF THE WEEK and set it to Sunday
                            Now scroll to the bottom of the page and click on SAVE CHANGES.

                            I hope I'm not trying to teach my Grandmother to suck eggs. Just trying to help.

                            Cheers OSD
                            Our cruising days are over now.................

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                              #15
                              The issue is that the forum posts time is set by the users settings time zone(server side)

                              The clock uses a client side, off the shelf java script clock(using host date function).

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