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Originally posted by Pushkar Chowdhary: well, it does say that all times are in your computer's local time.....
but still, the time that I'm getting here is 30 minutes behind the actual time (the time on my computer)...!!!
any reason why that might be happening?
It's the *server's* time that is displayed, translated in your computer's local time *zone*.
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posted 13 years ago
ok i didn't know that.
thanks a lot.
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posted 13 years ago
I've modified the text to be a little more clear, I hope. "All times are in your local time zone & format." There's a space limitation, I had to drop "computer's" from the phrase to make it work.
Pushkar, I would guess that your computer is not configured correctly. Perhaps the time zone is set incorrectly, and the clock is also set incorrectly in such a way that it compensates for the time zone and your time display appears correct when displaying the current time - but not other times from other computers. I recommend you check out what the Saloon looks like on other computers in your area. Please let us know if the problem seems to occur on other computers, rather than just yours. On most systems you can access the time zone settings by simply double-clicking on the clock display. I hope that helps.
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