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Time difference between modern and classic.

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01-24-2012 19:24:34

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I noticed a duplicate post after I hit the submit key. I then entered the modern view and edited the duplicate post to remove the text. I noticed the time difference was 3 hours off when in reality only a few seconds had passed. Normal or something that needs attention?

Re: identifing what year of b i have in reply to lyric, 01-24-2012 16:12:36 Duplicate post removed.

This post was edited by at 19:21:21 01/24/12.

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01-24-2012 19:31:53

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 Re: Time difference between modern and classic. in reply to GB in MT., 01-24-2012 19:24:34  

I just checked the system clocks and they are off but only by a minute. That makes it seem like a phpbb issue. I'll check this post and see if it does that. Our time zones may be related to that though. Classic is solidly locked on pacific time and modern follows your time zone. I'll check it though.



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01-24-2012 19:34:18

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 Re: Time difference between modern and classic. in reply to YTSupport, 01-24-2012 19:31:53  
Thats probably it then. I copied the text as it was displayed. The entire thing took less than a minute.

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01-24-2012 19:47:29

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 Re: Time difference between modern and classic. in reply to, 01-24-2012 19:34:18  
I think so because my posts were synced and I'm using the GMT-8 on phpbb.

The problem really starts showing when Daylight Time is on because even though the systems switch, phpbb doesn't support it. I think that leaves the difference at a nonsensical 2 hours (example for Eastern time). During PDT, I'm off by an hour.

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