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This is a discussion on Clock Time within the General forums, part of the Caferacer.net Forums category; Why is the time clock off by an hour here? Posts coming in now at 10:53 pm say it is 11:53. My settings have the ...

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    Clock Time

    Why is the time clock off by an hour here? Posts coming in now at 10:53 pm say it is 11:53. My settings have the correct EST checked.
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    This forum is so chock-full of information and sage advice it's like it's from the future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hillsy View Post
    This forum is so chock-full of information and sage advice it's like it's from the future.
    That must be it.
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    DST setting maybe?

    **EDIT**

    I just played with the time settings, and here is what i found...

    Mine was default set to "DST corrections always ON" and had the same issue. All posts were an hour ahead.

    Changed that setting to "Automatically detect DST settings", clicked "save changes" and checked this post, no change. Kept messing with it and finally noticed how to get it right...

    I had to set it to "Automatically detect DST settings" click save changes on the bottom of the page, then go back and click save changes AGAIN without changing anything. Now I'm showing the right time.
    Last edited by YucA; 01-31-2014 at 09:05 AM.

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    You're right, I had to do it 3-4 times before it registered. Now it is correct.
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