Some do it twice a year

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Some do it twice a year

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Last night was one.
Did you do it?
I did.






























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Mine was already set to GMT as I was too lazy to change it before.
Before last night I always counted an hour forwards or something!
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I only set mine to GMT once a year

But once a year I also set it to GMT+1
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And tonight's the night!!!
From the rolling glens of Antrim through the hills of Donegal we will stand and shout for Ulster as we win both scrum and maul from the lovely lakes of Fermanagh tae the shores of ould Lough Gall we will scream and shout for Ulster as we beat them one and all!
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and back again!
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The default time is still BST
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Noticed a change when I went to the User control panel to change my settings back to GMT. There is now a radio button to select whether DST is in effect or not. I guess the only difference this makes is that you can now set your timezone to GMT (or whatever is appropriate) and then use the radio button twice a year to select whether DST is in effect.

It's progress Jim, but not as we know it ;-)
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The losers now will be later to win.
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BR wrote:The losers now will be later to win.
Thanks for the reminder, ghost of cables. :salut:
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BR wrote:The losers now will be later to win.
If your time to you
Is worth savin'
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The forum time is still displaying summer time (UTC [DST]).
The 'mod' on this thread seems to automatically alter the time zone. Not sure if it works on the version of phpBB this forum uses though
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pythagoras wrote:The forum time is still displaying summer time (UTC [DST]).
The 'mod' on this thread seems to automatically alter the time zone. Not sure if it works on the version of phpBB this forum uses though
The forum is always CET - it's up to you if you like to adjust it to your local time.
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BR wrote:
pythagoras wrote:The forum time is still displaying summer time (UTC [DST]).
The 'mod' on this thread seems to automatically alter the time zone. Not sure if it works on the version of phpBB this forum uses though
The forum is always CET - it's up to you if you like to adjust it to your local time.
Correct BR, it's ok changing for here but quite a few are on strange timezones and it only complicates it more for them
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