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Old 21.09.2007, 17:05
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What Time is It - Forum Timestamp wrong !

I was a spiffing lunch, but not so good that I can lose an hour from my life and not realise it....

Check your forum clock gentlemen...

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Old 21.09.2007, 17:27
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Re: What Time is It - Forum Timestamp wrong !

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I was a spiffing lunch, but not so good that I can lose an hour from my life and not realise it....

Check your forum clock gentlemen...

dave
At the bottom on the page: "All times are GMT +2. The time now is 16:25."
2 minutes ago when I started replying

Somewhere in "my settings", "Edit Options" is a setting to do with timezone and DST

Last edited by gbn; 21.09.2007 at 17:29. Reason: Added more exact pointer to timezone thingies
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