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    Dates been increased, or am I insane?

    Well I think the later isn't going to happen for a while yet but I am 100% sure that some of the post dates have incremented from a few days ago to the present.

    Just noticed, apparently I registered on June 2002! I registered in July 2002!
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    http://www.codingforums.com/showthre...threadid=17219

    Maybe the entire forum has traveled in time too...
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    maybe has something to do with when the site went down ...

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    Hi Mhtml:
    Do you have a couple of example threads that show this date jump?
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    Well this one: http://www.codingforums.com/showthre...threadid=17632

    It says the 4th, which was yesterday. But! I specifically remember the my first reply to that post was when I was at school, my last day at school was the 3rd.

    But all the posts in that thread seem to have gone up as well. And the thread was bumped from at least page 2.

    I also noticed a few days ago that the times were an hour and a half ahead. They seem to be back to normal now though. ?? Possibly something to do with the time zone conversions?
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    Ronald did infact reply to it on the 4th but it had been bumped somehow up to the top, possibly by the dates being incremented.
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    Hi Mhtml:
    Actually, that thread was created on April 3rd, which is shown at the upper left corner of the first post (04-03-2003 10:03 AM). The last response to it was on 04/04, however.

    It might just be a confusion on your part?
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    It says 4-4-2003 04:03 AM ...
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    Hmmm...I'm guessing this could be due to your personal settings for your account. To make sure, go to "user Profile" above, and select "Edit Options", and then make sure the Time Offset for your region is correct.
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    I did that before I started this thread.
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    Hmm...beats me then hehe. Can someone else check the initial date for this thread and see if it's April 3rd or April 4th? As mentioned I see the former.
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    says thread started april 4th for me.

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    That's certainly interesting. The dates for that thread as mentioned all seem correct to me (April 3rd and onwards), and using another browser to check it (that's not logged in) also checks out correct after doing the Math.

    Can I ask what the timezone setting is under your profile (ie: GMT -8)?
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    Another prime example of a conspiracy. I know what you are going through man.
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    hey WA, im GMT -5
    sorry i should have mentioned that, heh.


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