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Anybody else notice that the time stamp on posts is wrong?
Tom,

Each person has to set their time zone when they register. (GMT -6 hours Central America, Mexico City for those of us in the midwest)

I just went through 4 registered accounts and seen that 3 of them were set incorrectly.

When you edit the timezone settings in the Admin CP, it only affects guests and newly registered users. While registering, you can change your timezone settings. And after registering, you can also change your timezone settings in the User CP.
Thanks, it was cloudy the day I joined, and my Sun Dial wasn't working Confused
(02-07-2015 01:12 PM)Hunters Friend Wrote: [ -> ]Tom,

Each person has to set their time zone when they register. (GMT -6 hours Central America, Mexico City for those of us in the midwest)

I just went through 4 registered accounts and seen that 3 of them were set incorrectly.

When you edit the timezone settings in the Admin CP, it only affects guests and newly registered users. While registering, you can change your timezone settings. And after registering, you can also change your timezone settings in the User CP.
(02-07-2015 04:43 PM)NDNRider Wrote: [ -> ]Thanks, it was cloudy the day I joined, and my Sun Dial wasn't working Confused
(02-07-2015 01:12 PM)Hunters Friend Wrote: [ -> ]Tom,

Each person has to set their time zone when they register. (GMT -6 hours Central America, Mexico City for those of us in the midwest)

I just went through 4 registered accounts and seen that 3 of them were set incorrectly.

When you edit the timezone settings in the Admin CP, it only affects guests and newly registered users. While registering, you can change your timezone settings. And after registering, you can also change your timezone settings in the User CP.

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