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09-12-2016 06:23 PM
Jack Wilson You have a clock?!
09-12-2016 12:20 PM
Admin you can make the changes to reflect your own time: http://www.routerforums.com/profile.php?do=editoptions

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Lee
09-09-2016 10:56 AM
Cricket It took me a minute to figure out what everyone is talking about because only the old (classic) theme displays current time in the footer.

I tend to stay logged in, but I have never seen the time at the top displayed in the future.
09-08-2016 09:54 PM
old55
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Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
Since being retired, I have come to the point that time is meaning less. Unless I have an appointment with some one that is not yet retired, then it is simply go to bed time, get up time, eat time, take a nap time, mow the lawn time... I guess you get the idea.
David when retired every day is a Saturday.
09-08-2016 09:22 PM
DesertRatTom I had noticed odd clock times, but thought it might be Greenwich Mean Time, since we're an internations bunch.
09-08-2016 08:20 PM
boogalee @Admin

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Hey there

This is when you last 'logged in' to the forum. It may seem off if you don't actually 'log off' when you leave the site. If you have Remember Me set, you'll still be logged in even if you close the window and shut down your computer, until your account times out. However, if you're constantly popping in to the site randomly through the day (from any computer, or mobile device), it might never get a chance to fully log you out again for a while. So your 'Visited yesterday at 9:33am' is just the last time that you came to the site, after you had been away long enough for the site to recognize you were gone.

It will also seem inaccurate if you have an incorrect timezone set in your User CP, so check on that as well.

Dayle
Per the bmp.
The time zone is set for (UTC-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)
The time displayed at the bottom of the screen is 5:53 AM
The time displayed at the top is Visited Today 12:26 PM which is 6 hours 28 minutes into the future.
I have not redone any settings on this computer.
It seems to be working O.K. now.
Sorry for the confusion. It seems that when I resized the bmp the bottom time was cut off.
Thank you for your reply.
09-08-2016 02:23 PM
Admin Hey there

This is when you last 'logged in' to the forum. It may seem off if you don't actually 'log off' when you leave the site. If you have Remember Me set, you'll still be logged in even if you close the window and shut down your computer, until your account times out. However, if you're constantly popping in to the site randomly through the day (from any computer, or mobile device), it might never get a chance to fully log you out again for a while. So your 'Visited yesterday at 9:33am' is just the last time that you came to the site, after you had been away long enough for the site to recognize you were gone.

It will also seem inaccurate if you have an incorrect timezone set in your User CP, so check on that as well.

Dayle
09-08-2016 12:31 PM
old coasty Mine says "Visited Yesterday 08:59 AM" nothing about today's time.
09-08-2016 11:58 AM
Stick486
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Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
Since being retired, I have come to the point that time is meaning less. Unless I have an appointment with some one that is not yet retired, then it is simply go to bed time, get up time, eat time, take a nap time, mow the lawn time... I guess you get the idea.
except for mow the lawn... you gots the plan...
09-08-2016 10:49 AM
Bushwhacker Since being retired, I have come to the point that time is meaning less. Unless I have an appointment with some one that is not yet retired, then it is simply go to bed time, get up time, eat time, take a nap time, mow the lawn time... I guess you get the idea.
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