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PostPosted: 07 Nov 2010, 12:57 
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If you're in a part of the US that observes Daylight Saving Time, you can go here and pick "No" under "Summer Time/DST is in effect" in order to have the times at FW once again match your time zone*.

*Assuming that it was matching yesterday; if not, you may also want to edit "My timezone."

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PostPosted: 07 Nov 2010, 13:35 
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Thanks. I hate it when the time changes this direction. Whose stupid idea was having a time change, anyway?

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PostPosted: 07 Nov 2010, 13:42 
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A² wrote:
Whose stupid idea was having a time change, anyway?

In some sense, George Vernon Hudson was responsible for modern Daylight Saving Time:
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alan smithee wrote:
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Whose stupid idea was having a time change, anyway?

In some sense, George Vernon Hudson was responsible for modern Daylight Saving Time:
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and our last genius president changed the dates in which that happens.

thanks for the info smithee. already made a few posts today that had the wrong timestamp on em.


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PostPosted: 13 Mar 2011, 12:26 
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If you're in a part of the US that observes Daylight Saving Time, you can go here and pick "Yes" under "Summer Time/DST is in effect" in order to have the times at FW once again match your time zone*.

*Assuming that it was matching yesterday; if not, you may also want to edit "My timezone."

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PostPosted: 13 Mar 2011, 12:41 
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alan smithee wrote:
If you're in a part of the US that observes Daylight Saving Time, you can go here and pick "Yes" under "Summer Time/DST is in effect" in order to have the times at FW once again match your time zone*.

*Assuming that it was matching yesterday; if not, you may also want to edit "My timezone."

Thanks for the link. That would have bugged me for months before I would have gotten around to finding that button.

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A² wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
If you're in a part of the US that observes Daylight Saving Time, you can go here and pick "Yes" under "Summer Time/DST is in effect" in order to have the times at FW once again match your time zone*.

*Assuming that it was matching yesterday; if not, you may also want to edit "My timezone."

Thanks for the link. That would have bugged me for months before I would have gotten around to finding that button.

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For the love of GOD, someone abolish DST already!


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For the love of GOD, someone abolish DST already!

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If you're in a part of the US that observes Daylight Saving Time, you can go here and pick "Yes" under "Summer Time/DST is in effect" in order to have the times at FW once again match your time zone*.

*Assuming that it was matching on Saturrday; if not, you may also want to edit "My timezone."

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PostPosted: 07 Nov 2011, 17:27 
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alan smithee wrote:
If you're in a part of the US that observes Daylight Saving Time, you can go here and pick "Yes" under "Summer Time/DST is in effect" in order to have the times at FW once again match your time zone*.

*Assuming that it was matching on Saturrday; if not, you may also want to edit "My timezone."

Gracias. I knew how to do that but I was too lazy to do it until you gave us that link.

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alan smithee wrote:
If you're in a part of the US that observes Daylight Saving Time, you can go here and pick "Yes" under "Summer Time/DST is in effect" in order to have the times at FW once again match your time zone*.

*Assuming that it was matching on Saturrday; if not, you may also want to edit "My timezone."

And by "Yes," I assume you mean "No"

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And by "Yes," I assume you mean "No"

Thats the opposite stance I take when I am on a date

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And by "Yes," I assume you mean "No"

Thats the opposite stance I take when I am on a date

What does Mrs. A² think about that?

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And by "Yes," I assume you mean "No"

Thats the opposite stance I take when I am on a date

What does Mrs. A² think about that?

With three kids in the house, dates are few and far between these days, so she doesn't have to worry about it too often

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Agrajag wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
If you're in a part of the US that observes Daylight Saving Time, you can go here and pick "Yes" under "Summer Time/DST is in effect" in order to have the times at FW once again match your time zone*.

*Assuming that it was matching on Saturrday; if not, you may also want to edit "My timezone."

And by "Yes," I assume you mean "No"

"Yes"

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A² wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
If you're in a part of the US that observes Daylight Saving Time, you can go here and pick "Yes" under "Summer Time/DST is in effect" in order to have the times at FW once again match your time zone*.

*Assuming that it was matching on Saturrday; if not, you may also want to edit "My timezone."

Gracias. I knew how to do that but I was too lazy to do it until you gave us that link.

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alan smithee wrote:
If you're in a part of the US that observes Daylight Saving Time, you can go here and pick "Yes" under "Summer Time/DST is in effect" in order to have the times at FW once again match your time zone*.


*Assuming that it was matching before DST took effect (and you haven't yet made the change described above); if not, you may also want to edit "My timezone."

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Without Smithee's biannual notice, I went a couple of days without updating my settings to accommodation the loss of daylight saving time

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Without Smithee's biennial notice, I went a couple of days without updating my settings to accommodation the loss of daylight saving time

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If you're in a part of the US that observes Daylight Saving Time, you can go here and pick "No" under "Summer Time/DST is in effect" in order to have the times at FW once again match your time zone*.

*Assuming that it was matching on Saturday; if not, you may also want to edit "My timezone."

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I don't believe in DST

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I don't believe in DST

Move to Arizona, or Hawaii.

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