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JacobH
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Post by JacobH » 10:53 Tue 02 Dec 2008

The forum time is currently on BST/Central Europe Time (UTC + 1 as phpbb3 puts it). As it is no longer Summer, and no-one in central Europe drinks decent Port ( :P ), please, could we have it changed to GMT/UTC?
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Post by KillerB » 15:49 Tue 02 Dec 2008

It's set to UTC/GMT but your user settings maybe different. Go to the User Control panel and check "Board settings".

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Post by jdaw1 » 15:51 Tue 02 Dec 2008

System says it is UTC ≈ GMT. I have enabled because it should be enabled. Maybe the server’s clock needs fixing?

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Post by jdaw1 » 15:51 Tue 02 Dec 2008

Ahhh: admin got there first.

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Post by JacobH » 22:11 Tue 02 Dec 2008

admin wrote:It's set to UTC/GMT but your user settings maybe different. Go to the User Control panel and check "Board settings".
Opps...sorry...didn't realise I was logged in :oops:
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Post by AHB » 23:11 Tue 02 Dec 2008

Don't worry, you're not the first to have made this mistake. :roll:
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Post by JacobH » 12:18 Fri 12 Nov 2010

AHB wrote:Don't worry, you're not the first to have made this mistake. :roll:
Hmmm...once bitten, twice shy, as they say, but when I am logged out, the forum's clock is an hour fast; when I am logged in, it is correct. In any event, I am told that "All times are UTC" both for what I think is UTC and UTC + 1 which can't be correct.
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