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    Forum still in bst, not gmt

    This is a discussion on Forum still in bst, not gmt within the Speak to the staff forums, part of the Website news category; I just noticed that if i'm not logged in, all the forum post times are 1 hour ahead. I know ...

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      Forum still in bst, not gmt

      I just noticed that if i'm not logged in, all the forum post times are 1 hour ahead.
      I know this is because i have my personal settings set to automatically detect the change to gmt, but was wondering about all those non-member visitors who don't log in.

      Just thought i'd put it out there, incase it was bug or an oversight somewhere.


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      Re: Forum still in bst, not gmt

      Should be resolved now, had no internet all morning.




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