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Reminder - Change your forum clocks

Post by Jack Kane » Sun Mar 28, 2010 5:45 am

To make sure your time is correct on the forums do this...

Go into your user control panel.

Click 'board 'preferences'.

Make sure 'yes' is selected for the option 'Summer Time/DST is in effect:'

Click the 'submit' button.

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Re: Reminder - Change your forum clocks

Post by Jack Kane » Sun Mar 25, 2012 8:06 am

A reminder for 2012 :D
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Re: Reminder - Change your forum clocks

Post by HelenPJ » Sun Oct 27, 2013 1:19 pm

A reminder for 2013 and time to set back to GMT in your User Control Panel "Board Preferences" by setting Summer Time/DST is in effect to "No" .salut

See the screen capture piccy below - it should look something like this..

& I hope everyone enjoyed/appreciated the extra hours kip ./thumbsup..
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