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If your calendar seems one day off...

go into your profile and make sure your time zone setting is correct.

It should read for all in the Eastern Standard Time Zone (Ohio is in that one):

GMT -4 Hours.

If this is not set correctly, your calendar will be a day off.

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There is a thread regarding timezone settings.

The timezone setting generally does not follow daylight savings time either. You have to manually adjust that yourself -- unless this new host happens to adjust theirs.


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Doug Burkhart wrote:
There is a thread regarding timezone settings.

The timezone setting generally does not follow daylight savings time either. You have to manually adjust that yourself -- unless this new host happens to adjust theirs.


I know...
but I wanted to point this out again, since both N:Coder and Stiffy recently asked me what was up with the calendar being "off" by a day. I think this is the solution to their issue.

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i was set at gmt -5...seems strange that changing an hour changes an entire day!


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there MAY be something screwed up with the times... more troubleshooting to do.. but i think that is a template error not anything else.

btw derek - i found the error in the split topic with thread subjects so that is fixed.


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Doug Burkhart wrote:
there MAY be something screwed up with the times... more troubleshooting to do.. but i think that is a template error not anything else.

btw derek - i found the error in the split topic with thread subjects so that is fixed.


1) Stiffy said my suggestion fixed it, so why go through all that trouble?

2) Great! Thanks!

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Derek wrote:

1) Stiffy said my suggestion fixed it, so why go through all that trouble?


There is an error where it says "All times are" and it puts in the timezone. Those things bug me Wink


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N:CODER wrote:
Free is still a day off Confused


Not on my calendar.

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But, Ohio is gmt-5. why change it?


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Alexandru wrote:
But, Ohio is gmt-5. why change it?


Isn't that only for half the year, because of Daylight Saving's Time?

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http://clevelandnightlife.net/viewtopic.php?t=2642

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WOW, I didn't understand the error here until today. I'll look into this more.


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Grr..

Just found out that a non-registerd user is a day behind... so the fix of adjusting your timezone is not a valid one because majority of people will be a day off. I'll have to work on this.


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Just set global calendar to -4 GMT and it seemed to fix everything for users not logged in - and new users too.

My profile setting is at -5 GMT and a default user is at -4 GMT.


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d3r3k c4rn3y wrote:
If your calendar seems one day off...

go into your profile and make sure your time zone setting is correct.

It should read for all in the Eastern Standard Time Zone (Ohio is in that one):

GMT -4 Hours.

If this is not set correctly, your calendar will be a day off.


Suppose that GMT -4hours is what I'm set at...and the event (1yr annv) is still set in the calendar the day after it happens...suggestions?

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Cool House Collective wrote:
Suppose that GMT -4hours is what I'm set at...and the event (1yr annv) is still set in the calendar the day after it happens...suggestions?


i thought ohio is GMT -5 ??


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graph wrote:
i thought ohio is GMT -5 ??


Eastern Daylight Savings Time is GMT -4.

Time zones crack me up.


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From a logged out status, the Calendar dates appear to be correct. That's the most important thing. Logged into the forum, my profile time zone is -4 GMT and it is correct.


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Whooopsie. Mine was still on -5

Aduh.

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