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Time shown against new posts


Hi all - let me start by saying this is just a general question and not a whinge because I think the site is great as it is, but, when I log in to check new posts, lets say at 10 am today, some new posts are shown as NEW is bold but the time shown against it might be something like 3:20pm TODAY or similar. Is this because the site is hosted abroad or am I stuck in a time warp?
I use the "time" to check new posts as I find it s the easiest way?
Like I said, not a whinge just a question
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Re: Time shown against new posts


my GUESS is that the site is not hosted in the UK, and so we get some variance depending on where we post from....

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There is something odd about the time displayed. I thought that the time shown should be the time, according to your computer, when the posting took place but it never is.

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Will look into this


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