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Capncol
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Some one want to check the clock???? Mines an hour fast.
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It's 00.24 and the time is showing 12.24am correctly.

If yours is wrong why not change it in your user control panel?
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No not that one. Look at the clock, top right (under user control panel)
"It is currently*******"
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Yes, that is the clock I'm looking at. It is correct on my monitor - i.e. Leicestershire time.

Alter your time to UTC in the User Control Panel and you'll put it right for yourself.
Ron
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Ah I see!!! You have to take off DST yourself.
Many thanks
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Corvette C3 (my toy)

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You're welcome. You are becoming quite useful on this forum yourself, thank you.

Ron
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