when r u going to put the clocks back on this site?


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Dear staff,

ive just noticed that when posting a form the timing is incorrect! well it was last time an hour out, ill feel like a twit if this one isnt!!

its probably easy to change the timing rite now of every form, but what abt the ones last week? if some1 posted at 10pm last thursday is it really 10pm or is it 9pm? really hard to understand isnt it!!!!

or are u just gona leave it as it is unitll BST comes back?

funny even im confused now........:)
 
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muckshifter

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Now only 5min slow ... :D
 

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3 minutes and 40 seconds ;) I had windows set up to auto syncronise the clocks, but for some reason it was out!

I've updated it manually now :D
 
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Ian Cunningham said:
It should be the correct time? Is it not?

Go to https://www.pcreview.co.uk/online.php and it has the times in the left column, they are all ok for me :)

well well its correct now

however, be4 u typed this post it was one hour fast! but we all know u changed it when u read my post:)

lol
 

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As Socrates once remarked 'What's an hour between friends? Pass the Beaujolais, Aristotle me old mucker'

He did say that. Honest.
 

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Hmm... that is strange Chris! Its fine here! Have you checked your options in the site control panel?
 
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