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Topic # 26742 2-Oct-2008 00:32
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Is it just me or has geekzone not caught up with daylight savings yet? Posting times are an hour off.


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  Reply # 168515 2-Oct-2008 01:21
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If you click the little link up the top labelled "profile options" and then click "Edit my profile" you can change your time-zone setting in there :)

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  Reply # 168609 2-Oct-2008 12:42
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Ah, there is all that stuff. Me be stoopid.



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  Reply # 168622 2-Oct-2008 13:46
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Maybe another addition to the Geekzone upgrade - time zone by country / city, that will automatically be right for daylight savings start/end?

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Reply # 168626 2-Oct-2008 13:51
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That would be great... But where can we find a good, cheap database with this information - one that is actually updated when each country changes its rules, which seems to be every year these days?

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