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Old 01-21-2012, 09:22 PM   #1
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Any time I post something on here it shows the wrong time. Like 18 hours off. Any one know how to correct this.

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Look at the top left of the page, go to quick links, pick Edit options.

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Look at the top left of the page, go to quick links, pick Edit options.
I'm not seeing that on my iPhone.
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I'm not seeing that on my iPhone.
You might need to go into your editing options from a home computer (desktop, laptop, or other) to see all edit options (?).

Either way, go into your profile and edit options and change the time setting to your region. It is likely currently set to the wrong region's time.
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Thanks you guys. I found it when I went to the actual web page. Didn't think to do that.
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