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  1. Joined
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    31 Mar '19 17:50
    Russ.

    Your server clock is 1 hour behind.
    GMT went forward last night I believe.
    My time stamps are off by 1 hour now.

    Can you fix ? Thanks.
  2. SubscriberBigDoggProblem
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    31 Mar '19 18:16
    @mghrn55 said
    Russ.

    Your server clock is 1 hour behind.
    GMT went forward last night I believe.
    My time stamps are off by 1 hour now.

    Can you fix ? Thanks.
    That's actually a time zone setting on your side. When DST kicks in, you have to go change it.

    My Settings -> Site Settings -> Timezone

    Russ, there are some "localeTime" functions in JS that might spare your users from having to do this.
  3. Joined
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    31 Mar '19 21:28
    @bigdoggproblem said
    That's actually a time zone setting on your side. When DST kicks in, you have to go change it.

    My Settings -> Site Settings -> Timezone

    Russ, there are some "localeTime" functions in JS that might spare your users from having to do this.
    I know that.
    My setting is correct.
    RHP was an hour behind GMT
  4. SubscriberKewpie
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    01 Apr '19 02:22
    As I understand it, RHP runs on UMT, not GMT. The idea is that you attend to your own daylight saving changes just like altering your microwave clock.
    I'd support an auto-change like the one that Windows does, but daylight saving events are so random that I suspect it's not worth the effort.
  5. SubscriberRuss
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    01 Apr '19 10:53
    @mghrn55

    GMT doesn't change with daylight saving.
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    02 Apr '19 17:19
    @russ said
    @mghrn55

    GMT doesn't change with daylight saving.
    Thanks. I’ve made the necessary adjustment at my end.
  7. SubscriberSuzianne
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    11 Apr '19 09:21
    I'm glad Arizona doesn't have DST.

    The very last thing we need is more daylight (during the hours most people are up and around) in the summer.
  8. SubscriberKewpie
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    17 Apr '19 05:24
    @suzianne said
    I'm glad Arizona doesn't have DST.

    The very last thing we need is more daylight (during the hours most people are up and around) in the summer.
    Hot places generally have problems with it. Australia's northern states don't run with it, so in summer the radio folk have to report 5 times instead of the usual 3.
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