Forum time is one hour ahead?

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daveB
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Forum time is one hour ahead?

Post by daveB » 11 Nov 2016 11:13

I've just noticed - and as a check I'm posting this at 11:13 GMT - the forum still seems to be on summer time.

Edit - and yes it got time stamped at 12:13 pm

This makes it really awkward when posting DX alerts at this time.
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Andrew Webster,Wigan
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Re: Forum time is one hour ahead?

Post by Andrew Webster,Wigan » 11 Nov 2016 12:26

Hi David your forum time is a user setting so go to user control panel/board preferences and then set your time there.

Andy
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satnipper
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Re: Forum time is one hour ahead?

Post by satnipper » 11 Nov 2016 12:30

Test

daveB
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Re: Forum time is one hour ahead?

Post by daveB » 11 Nov 2016 17:06

Thanks Andy
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satnipper
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Re: Forum time is one hour ahead?

Post by satnipper » 11 Nov 2016 18:50

yes - useful info to know.

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