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Old 12-19-07, 07:19 PM   #1
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Posting times off by 1 hour

I live in California, and the time zone in my user control panel is set to "(GMT -8:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)" with "DST corrections always on". But when I go to View New Posts, the newest message was posted exactly one hour in the future.

I first noticed a problem when a message I posted a little over an hour ago had a timestamp of just a few minutes ago.
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Try switching to 'Automatically detect DST settings'.

That should correct the problem.

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Did that work?
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Yes, it did, thanks. My mental model of that setting was all wrong. I thought the "Automatically detect DST settings" was the same as or would somehow detect whether I had the "automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes" checkbox checked in Windows XP.
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Glad to see that you got it working properly again. When I went to look at the settings I realised I'd done the same as you, but last year.

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