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#3675
GMT problem 7 Years, 3 Months ago  
I have Win XP and want to represent GMT in my skin for Rainlendar2. But it is impossible in my time zone (GMT+1). When I set timezone="UTC" or timezone="GMT" or timezone="0" in my xml file, Rainlendar shows UTC+1 hours, not UTC. Result is correct when I set on my Win XP another time zones. Is it a bug of Rainlendar?
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#3696
Re:GMT problem 7 Years, 3 Months ago  
I'm not able to reproduce the problem at least with the digiclock window on Shadow4. Does the problem happen only with the UTC time? Are other timezones working correctly?
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#3701
Re:GMT problem 7 Years, 3 Months ago  
My current timezone is UTC+1 (London time), Rainlendar v.2.1 build 38. I've change
digiclock.xml of Shadow4 skin to
Code:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
<skin version="1.0">
<window id="DigiClock" w="100" h="20" threshold="48" default="0">
        <time x="50" y="0" align="TOP-CENTER" element="bitmap.numbers.white" format="%Format%" timezone="GMT"/>
</window>
</skin>


and see on skin window same time like on toolbar (GMT+1). Same result is for timezone=&quot;UTC&quot;, timezone=&quot;0&quot;, timezone=&quot;+1&quot;. When I change code to timezone=&quot;+2&quot; or &quot;-1&quot; or any other one the result is correct.<br><br>Post edited by: Alexander, at: 2007/07/04 18:48
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#3709
Re:GMT problem 7 Years, 3 Months ago  
Ok, I got it now. DST adjustments seem to mess things up. I added a DST attribute to the &lt;time&gt; element which can be used to disable the daylight saving time adjustment in the timezone conversion. The change will be in build 43.
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