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  1. #1 the web site clock 
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    Anyone else noticed the web site clock is an hour slow?
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    It’s been GMT +2 for a while now. Which makes it fine for me in Spain.
    Posted at 12:53 Spanish time.
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    Sounds like it might be a job for web admin. If anybody can tell me how to do it I will “make it so”.

    Of much more concern, to me, is that nobody has volunteered to do my job after May. It might happen that the clocks will stop altogether very soon.
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    Figured it out; DST (daylight savings time) is a member option.

    When logged in select settings at the top right.

    Under My Settings – select general settings

    Under “date and time options”

    You can select Time zone – This will be London for most members but could also be Paris for those in Spain. Other countries are available.

    DST correction option – I changed this to “automatically detect DST settings” it was “DST corrections always off” always on is a third option.

    Click save changes.

    You need to log out and in again to activate the change.
    Paul
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    Well done that man! I think I will leave it as it is )
    Quote Originally Posted by mocad2016 View Post
    Figured it out; DST (daylight savings time) is a member option.

    When logged in select settings at the top right.

    Under My Settings – select general settings

    Under “date and time options”

    You can select Time zone – This will be London for most members but could also be Paris for those in Spain. Other countries are available.

    DST correction option – I changed this to “automatically detect DST settings” it was “DST corrections always off” always on is a third option.

    Click save changes.

    You need to log out and in again to activate the change.
    Paul
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