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IG-64 11-14-2004 07:04 AM

I think the time is floating off again.
 
It's off again, last time I checked it was off by an hour and 6 minutes. Will this ever be fixed for good?

Am I just bugging you guys over a small problem?

ZBomber 11-14-2004 07:20 AM

Did you set DSL if your state uses it?

IG-64 11-14-2004 07:52 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by ZBomber
Did you set DSL if your state uses it?

I got sbc yahoo dsl, do I have to set it to something?

ZBomber 11-14-2004 08:04 AM

Um... I dunno. I meant did you set LF's clock to DST? You can do that by going into your User CP, Edit Options, then change the time accordingly. ;) (If you are GMT -6, you would set it to -7, etc)

EDIT - NVM - I accidently put DSL instead of DST. DST = Daylight Savings Time ;)

IG-64 11-14-2004 09:20 AM

Hmm, I guess thats it but it's still 6 minutes off X|

I guess i'll live :p

Joshi 11-14-2004 02:25 PM

I think most of the admins are busy with upgrading to vb3 to have to deal with a 6 mintute time change which could potentially cause another time shift problem like we had last time we changed the time (although obviously not as big as when we did a good 36 hour change, or whatever it was, we'd probably just have a post here and there change order, but that would have to be a small possibility).

Chances are, it'll all be fixed with the introduction of vb3, but until then, you're gonna have to live you're life off by six minutes.

matt-- 11-14-2004 05:09 PM

You'd be surprised.

I reset the clock for DST and this terrible six minute lapse.

ZBomber 11-15-2004 10:26 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by matt-windu
You'd be surprised.

I reset the clock for DST and this terrible six minute lapse.

Isn't there a manual option? :confused: I know theres one on Invision... that's strange.


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