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Honza

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Where can I set the clock which the forum is using? It used to be set according to my local time, but now it is several hours behind.
 

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Select your local time zone under Preferences in your User Profile
 

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I've had always it set to GMT and reset it again since I noted the time discrepancy. The displayed time seems to correspond to US ET despite my zone.
 

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I set the time to GMT but it is still many hours behind. Something is malfunctioning.
 

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Moving to the Forum support/Help subforum where someone who can actually do something about it might see it.
 

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There are a couple problems like this.

The root of the problem is the way GS is currently hosted, as it's just too labor/time intensive and expensive for the size of the site. In the next few weeks, I am probably going to move the entire site to a new server with a host which specializes in sites using the Xenforo forum software, which is what currently powers GS. The advantage will be that I will no longer have to maintain the forum software. Instead, a team of Xenforo techs will ensure the forum operates smoothly and is kept up to date with the latest version updates, etc.
 
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