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Topic # 4820 30-Aug-2005 20:08
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Is it just me or is the time stamp on posts 15mins too fast? I find it a bit confusing

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Reply # 19349 30-Aug-2005 20:14
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No, it is not only you... I don't know what time server this domain is using... Will check on this with the hosting provider!







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  Reply # 19351 30-Aug-2005 20:23

long time gripe but i've just adjusted to it
a change back would be nice

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Reply # 19354 30-Aug-2005 20:48
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I think the same - I've adjusted to it, but I never contacted support to check this - done now, let's see the answer.

The server is actually 7 minutes fast, but it is in another network. The computers I use here synchronise to a .mil server and are (I believe) accurate.






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  Reply # 19356 30-Aug-2005 21:04
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Hmmmmm i couldve sworn it was 15mins out. i started a new thread at 7.50pm and it said thread was created 8.05pm. Computers can be so painful yet who could live without them.

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