Pretty sure they have in real life - the clocks claimed my son was up at 6.30am rather than 5.30 this morning. But the latest post before starting this was registering at 6.41pm. More gremlins?
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The clocks did change.
No-one notices any more because everything with a built in clock changes automatically nowadays (except our cooker). A few night-shift workers will notice as they have one less hour to work.
I remember the bad old days of having to manually change everything (VCR, cooker, radio-alarms, clocks, watches, clock in the car etc.)
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I still have to change quite a few of those - micro hifi in bedroom, microwave, oven, 'analogue clock' (as I suppose we have to call them now?) and I haven't been in the car today but will have to do that also, as well as my watch which I haven't put on yet. At least it isn't the 30th Feburary like last month...
On my laptop now and the WHF times are right, have they just been changed or is something weird going on between computer v iphone viewing?
I have two weather stations, one i bought from comet for £20 a few years ago & a oregan scientific i bought from john lewis for £100, the cheap £20 one updated one hour last night & is showing perfect time, the other £100 one is still showing an hour behind & has not updated yet. (images of both are in my signiture).
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The £100 one from john lewis is the second one i bought so i could tell the time in the dark when i'm watching blu-ray movies, also for aesthetic reasons.
I've got this one, which changed time some time during the night:
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I've read that it depends how strong your signal is from the relevant transmitter. Having said that, Simon lives close to me and my Oregon scientific alarm clock had updated by 5.30/6.30am.
Thats exactly what i've got bb, it's not updated yet & still showing the old time, maybe i've got it in the wrong place on my shelf.
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I tend to leave the things that change an hour ahead, and mentaly adjust (other than the analogue clock in the living room).
If it were up to me it would remain at summer time all year.
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Forum still showing an hour behind for me...
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Right for me on phone as well now - definitely site gremlins.
Nothing new there then. Your post shows as 11:24 here (Safari 6.0.3 on a Mac)
Times were correct on here from early yesterday morning on my laptop (with Firefox & Windows7).
Have you tried logging off from the forum and closing the browser, deleting cookies, history, temp files etc. and re-booting?
I am using Safari - on my iPhone - right now and the times on posts are correct. The last time I used the iPhone for this was Saturday (and I am still logged in since then) so I can't quite understand why you are still seeing pre-clock change times.
I have an idea it might be due to the time zone you have set in your account settings. Mine is set to 'Default Europe London'. Maybe yours is set to UTC (GMT).
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