Thank you very much for the reminder, Richard. I thought about altering the setting in my profile but I just realized I'd have to change it again in just a few days when I go back to England so I won't bother
If you modify your profile, you will be able to change the settings to show that we are currently observing Daylight Saving.
Whilst logged out, you will see the defualt setting for the forum which is Coordinated Universal Time (ie, GMT). Only when you log in will the software recognise who you are and the time will be overridden by that determined in your personal profile.
Well done Richard on your timing! The trouble is ALL the clocks and timing pieces that have to alter. Only PCs adjust automatically. Guess who forgot to alter the car clock and arrived outside Waitrose this morning complaining they were late when in fact it was he who was an hour ahead of schedule! Peter S.
Her eyes were the blue of cornflowers that dance amongst ripening wheat, Her hair the colour of golden sands bleached by summer's heat.
Also, anyone out there with DSLR's - Have you remembered the clock in your camera .
My PC set itself back an hour last night at 2 am and when I got up this morning, it had set itself back another hour so it was an hour behind and I had to manually correct it.
My camera lives permanently on GMT, even when I'm on holiday in Europe. So if i need to, I can always work out the true local time for certain. I'd change it though if I went to the Americas, the Far East or Downunderland. Maybe.
Well, I think changing from BST to GMT is a waste of time. Last night, we gained an hour so what did we do with it? We spent half of it altering the clocks and the other half talking about it on the forum!
Timecheck for those who are still confused:
"At the third stroke, it will be half past twenty to from"