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Just noticed that although it's 4:30, it's 4:30 yesterday according to the site....
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    Just noticed that although it's 4:30, it's 4:30 yesterday according to the site.

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    I just noticed that and was about to post something in here about it, the date function works, for discrete references, but anything relative is off...

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    hmm... it appears to be fixed now, is this the case for everyone else?

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    it could be the GMT offset that causes it but im not sure. We're using a standard phpBB mod that was in beta to do the "Today"/"Yesterday" text, i'll have a dig around to see if anyone other sites have this problem or if there is a fix for it.

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    hmm... well, I believe that I have the offset set right, and I didn't change anything when it appeared correctly, but I guess there's no need to fret over it, it's working now

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    my hardware clock is screwed up all the time thanks to various distro's tainting it, (FreeBSD, Debian etc), So I have to sync my clock with a time server.

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    Seems to be OK now.
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    Totally unrelated to the original post, but someone needs to move the big hand on the server clock up a few notches.
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