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halojoy 6th November 2002 01:57 AM

What time is it?
 
Is it only me that get the time wrong
from our Forum?
The time I get is 1 hour and 27 minutes BEHIND
the time I should get.
I have corrected against GMT in my Options.

What clock is used by DiyAudio forum
for synchronisation with
TIME ON EARTH? :confused:

jleaman 6th November 2002 02:06 AM

EARTh whos on earth im not on earth what is time time who cares about time OHHHhh time to listent to audio YEAH i refur that to LIFE


Jason and i have 7:33 here in prince rupert b.c Canada

rwagter 6th November 2002 02:10 AM

For it's 4.36 am (Netherlands)

Circlotron 6th November 2002 10:16 AM

It's 10:46 pm in Melbourne Australia (daylight saving time so it's really 9:46 pm) This is also where the diyaudio server is located but the post time says 8:16pm Hmmm??

GP.

halojoy 6th November 2002 11:54 AM

SURE is something wrong HERE
 
Sure is something WRONG

VERY annoying. I like things tidy.
:bawling: :eek: :bawling:

UrSv 6th November 2002 12:08 PM

Here it is time for a nap I think....

/UrSv

PS. The clock shows 14.35

halojoy 6th November 2002 12:15 PM

Something Is Really Wrong
 
Quote:

Originally posted by halojoy
Is it only me that get the time wrong
from our Forum?
The time I get is 1 hour and 27 minutes BEHIND
the time I should get.
I have corrected against GMT in my Options.

What clock is used by DiyAudio forum
for synchronisation with
TIME ON EARTH? :confused:

:att'n: Administrators, Please Correct The DiyAudio Clock :att'n:

fdegrove 6th November 2002 11:35 PM

TIME?
 
What?

Whatever you do,it is going to be too late anyway.
Why bother with time?

Tempus fugit.

Cherio,:cool:

Circlotron 7th November 2002 12:40 AM

Time is what stops everthing happening all at once.;)

GP.

Jason 7th November 2002 04:37 AM

The server is somewhere in one of the united states' 3 timezones. If someone can let me know what adjustment needs to be made, I can make it via the vbulletin admin interface.


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