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#1

Posted 05 April 2012 - 11:16 AM

Just wondering if anyone else has the same problem, and if so, if it could be fixed please:
When the time zone and daylight saving time setting is left at its default setting (NZ so +12:00 and automatic DST), the time is given as two hours ahead of correct – I'm posting this at roughly 11:15 AM, but it will show as being posted at roughly 1:15 PM (except for me because I manually disabled DST which took it back an hour [it shouldn't have, as we don't currently have DST – it went back to normal on the first Sunday in April], and changed the time zone to +11:00, in my settings).
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#2

Posted 05 April 2012 - 04:55 PM

Yeah Im the same 4:55 PM now

#3

Posted 12 April 2012 - 11:09 PM

I am having trouble setting the time in PriceSpy to the actual correct time.

If I set the setting to "Automatically detect when my timezone is in DST"
It goes two hours forward in time, ie. 11pm goes to 1am
If I turn off "Automatically detect when my timezone is in DST"
and deselect "My timezone is currently in DST" (because it's not DST anymore)
then I still get one hour ahead, ie. 11pm goes to 12am

So unless I change the timezone to GMT+11:00 (which is not the correct zone for New Zealand)
I don't get the correct time displayed.

Maybe this should be fixed?
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#4

Posted 13 April 2012 - 09:35 AM

Jjknz, I've merged your thread with this one to keep everything in one place. I've also alerted the admins to this thread.
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#5

Posted 14 April 2012 - 09:37 AM

OK, this should be fixed.

If it is still wrong, make sure your time zone is correct (NZ Auckland). Then uncheck the box to automatically detect DST, and uncheck the box saying that it is currently in DST – it overrides the automatic detection – and re-check the box to automatically detect DST.
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