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webhostau.com
Fri Aug 19 2005, 11:35PM
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I have the latest e107 installed. The problem I am facing is that the calendar shows the wrong day. Even if my profile is set to +10 Aussie time, the calendar still shows incorrectly.
Any clues to fix this would be important as our members rely on events.
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Cheers,
T

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bugrain
Sat Aug 20 2005, 12:02PM

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Can't answer your question but you could try my Agenda plugin (a replacement for the e107 calendar).

I haevn't tried to code anything specifically for different time zones but nobody has reported any problems in this area so far (maybe nobody's noticed).

If you do decide to try it and it is a problem I'd be interested to know so I can fix it.
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Mazi
Thu Mar 02 2006, 03:58PM
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I am using Agenda on my site and it has the same date problem as the event calendar.
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bugrain
Thu Mar 02 2006, 10:16PM

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Yes, I've since found out that users timezone setting is no longer used in e107. I need to look in to this a bit more and consider how it can be tested.
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Shania
Sun Mar 05 2006, 10:51PM
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yeh its happened to me too and I posted about it alittle while ago on e107 and hopefully this will be fixed ASAP/

Thx for looking into it bugrain
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Shania
Mon Mar 13 2006, 02:19PM
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nothing new yet ?
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Shania
Thu Mar 30 2006, 05:08PM
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is anythin ghappening with this yet ??

This really needs a fix of some kind
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bugrain
Fri Mar 31 2006, 12:21AM

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shania,

do you live in a different time zone to the server your site is hosted on?

The more I find out, the more complex it becomes.
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znizam93
Sun Oct 09 2011, 03:51PM
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Hey guys, I'm having a similar problem with my calendar. This is the 2nd website I have setup and I've never saw this problem in the first one. It seems that my calendar likes to change the times it displays. The day is the right, but the time changes from, let's say.. 1900 hrs to 0300 hrs. It's really weird. At first, it would change on the calendar, but then when I went under the admin panel to edit it, it would change back automatically. Now, I go under the admin panel, and it remains 0300 still.

Please help, because it is bad for a fully operating unit to use a disfunctional calendar.

Thanks!
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