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Dear community managers,

 

Until recently, the dates and times of posts were correctly displayed in my local time zone (GMT +01:00 Central Europe). But this has changed: While the times are displayed as usual, the dates seem to be taken from GMT -08:00 U.S Pacific Time, i.e., they are off by 9 hours. Thus, many posts appear to be one day older than they really are, which can be confusing.

 

Example: The post "How to run Probit regression on SAS?" by user d6k5d3 has the localized time stamp ‎2019-05-21 07:46 AM, but it should read ‎2019-05-22 07:46 AM.

 

(If I change my preferred time zone to U.S. Pacific Time, the dates and times are consistent, but then, of course, they're both off by 9 hours.)

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ChrisHemedinger
Community Manager

@FreelanceReinh I'm looking into this for you.

FreelanceReinh
Jade | Level 19

Many thanks, @ChrisHemedinger, it worked (whatever you've done). I don't know exactly when the change occurred, but the localized dates are back to normal.

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