UTC Clock - any chance of a local version?

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chiark

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I realise the clock for amibay is on UTC which doesn't respect BST, but is there a settings option to change it to be local? :)
Checked profile options etc and couldn't see one...
 

chiark

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Re: UTC Clock - any chance of a local version?

I didn't check very carefully :)

User Control Panel/Board Preferences/Summer Time/DST is in effect Yes/No...

D'oh! Never had to change this before on a board. *grumble* I want my money back, and damages, and... and... and...

A Shrubbery!
 

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Re: UTC Clock - any chance of a local version?

PMSL :LOL:

..there are many from Yorkshire who would like to declare independance from England (this did happen for a while when the Danes ruled Yorkshire in Medieval times as I am often reminded by a friend of mine)

If this were to happen you could have your own daylight saving "YAT" (Yorkshire Autumn Time) which could start on Yorkshire Day (1st August) and be done for Christmas :wink: :mrgreen:

Then Zetr0 and Harrison would have to hack the forum to fit a new zone in :)
 

chiark

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Re: UTC Clock - any chance of a local version?

Yorkshire Time? We already have that. Things around here get done in Yorkshire time, which is "when it's ready, and not before a few cups of tea" :)
 

TheCorfiot

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Re: UTC Clock - any chance of a local version?

@chiark

Would a Juniper bush suffice :wink:

@Imnogeek

Please send me some of what you taking, paypal at the ready :LOL:


TC :mrgreen:
 

Merlin

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Re: UTC Clock - any chance of a local version?

/Goodies reference on

I think imnogeek actually means EST, which stands for "Eckythump Standard Time".... flat caps and black puddings at the ready....

/Goodies reference off

:mrgreen:
 

Kin Hell

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Re: UTC Clock - any chance of a local version?

I hope no one in here is taking the pi$$ out of Yorkshire folk!

/....Kin sharpens the ferrets teeth....
 

rkauer

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Re: UTC Clock - any chance of a local version?

Here DST means Sexually Transmitted Diseases (Doenças Sexualmente Transmissíveis)! :shock:

I don't think I want this "feature" on Amibay. :arrow:
 
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