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I am in GMT-7 (mountain) but on your site time is running an hour late (pacific)even though site says all times displayed in GMT-7. On other world wide(Australian and NZ) sites GMT-7 gives correct time.
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slimcolo wrote:I am in GMT-7 (mountain) but on your site time is running an hour late (pacific)even though site says all times displayed in GMT-7. On other world wide(Australian and NZ) sites GMT-7 gives correct time.
It is odd isn't it. I just played around with the master System Timezone settings and it doesn't seem to affect anything.

Strange. Maybe it's the new US time zone standard thingy. Or just a bug in the system? OR, I don't know how to adjust it and just won't tell you that I don't know...ops, did I just say that? :laughing:

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I am GMT +9 Tokyo, it is spot on.

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Shorts wrote:I am GMT +9 Tokyo, it is spot on.
Now that's interesting. Maybe it's just the Mountain time zone that's off?

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slimcolo wrote:I am in GMT-7 (mountain) but on your site time is running an hour late (pacific)even though site says all times displayed in GMT-7. On other world wide(Australian and NZ) sites GMT-7 gives correct time.
I believe it's technically correct the way it is. Right now, GMT-7 is the same as Pacific Daylight Time. In the winter, GMT-7 equals Mountain Standard Time. GMT doesn't change with daylight savings time. Technically speaking, in the summer, Colorado is GMT-6.

Some software makes allowances for U.S. Daylight Savings Time, but I don't recall that ever happening on this site. I'm in AZ where we don't do Daylight Savings Time (always GMT-7) and the system time has always seemed right for me.
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flynrider wrote:
slimcolo wrote:I am in GMT-7 (mountain) but on your site time is running an hour late (pacific)even though site says all times displayed in GMT-7. On other world wide(Australian and NZ) sites GMT-7 gives correct time.
I believe it's technically correct the way it is. Right now, GMT-7 is the same as Pacific Daylight Time. In the winter, GMT-7 equals Mountain Standard Time. GMT doesn't change with daylight savings time. Technically speaking, in the summer, Colorado is GMT-6.

Some software makes allowances for U.S. Daylight Savings Time, but I don't recall that ever happening on this site. I'm in AZ where we don't do Daylight Savings Time (always GMT-7) and the system time has always seemed right for me.
Possible. We do not do DLST either out here. Can you say sun at 330am???? :hypno:

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Flynrider

You were right after reading your reply I went to Australian site and they have two -7 zones one is GMT -7 and other is GMT -7(Arizona)
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flynrider wrote:
slimcolo wrote:I am in GMT-7 (mountain) but on your site time is running an hour late (pacific)even though site says all times displayed in GMT-7. On other world wide(Australian and NZ) sites GMT-7 gives correct time.
I believe it's technically correct the way it is. Right now, GMT-7 is the same as Pacific Daylight Time. In the winter, GMT-7 equals Mountain Standard Time. GMT doesn't change with daylight savings time. Technically speaking, in the summer, Colorado is GMT-6.

Some software makes allowances for U.S. Daylight Savings Time, but I don't recall that ever happening on this site. I'm in AZ where we don't do Daylight Savings Time (always GMT-7) and the system time has always seemed right for me.
GMT changes.... we're in it. UTC doesn't though
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