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Topic # 198673 18-Jul-2016 16:45
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I wonder if anyone else has the same problem I face when I log in on Geekzone as opposed to viewing the forum posts without logging in at all.

 

When logged in on Geekzone, I see the date and time of all the posts are 22 hours behind their actual date/time stamps, which is rather disorientating :(  .  I have checked that my computer's region setting is New Zealand and the clock is the current NZ time, so I am at a loss of what to do to fix it.

 

Because of this, I usually check into Geekzone as a guest (without logging in), unless I want to post something, which is pretty rare as I am not in IT related industry.

 

Any tips of how to resolve the above problem would be much appreciated.

 

TIA

 

Mahjong

 

 


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check timezone under "Your profile -> edit my profile"


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  Reply # 1594611 18-Jul-2016 16:47
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Set the correct time zone in your GZ profile settings.


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