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Old 08-01-2010, 01:57 PM   #1
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Wondering about the time format on this forum?

Can someone explain.

It's now 10:56am Sunday PST.

Last post I noticed says 5:30 somethin' PM???

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You probably need to set your time zone under User CP
Once set the posts show your current time zone as the posts time

This post shows time as 2:01 pm...I'm on the East Coast
As I understand someone in CA woudl see the time as posted at their local time - 11:01am - I think

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Got it! Thanks!! It was set to Western European time .
No wonder haha.
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