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    Edugeek an hour behind ?

    Hi there,

    Is it me or is EduGeek and hour behind ?

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    Looks fine to me, your post says 11:14am here.

    The time at the bottom of the page says 11:14 also.

    EDIT: Might be worth checking your profile under Account Settings for the timezone just incase it's not set there, or change it and change it back to give it a kick.

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    Check your timezone in your settings: http://www.edugeek.net/profile.php?do=editoptions

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    Times are showing up correctly for myself... head to "Settings" top right, then "General Settings" halfway down lefthandside of the page which follows, then ensure you've got timezone set to GMT and DST Correction set to Auto...

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    Edugeek an hour behind ?-time.png Strange it's 10:18??

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    Change your DST settings to auto.

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    Done that nothing....

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