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Hello Rathinagiri, there is a way around that in my browser display messages from previous days with the current date.

This happens to me, whether I am a member of the forum or as a visitor

Thank you

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I don't understand. :(

Can you please give with an example?
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Hi, Rathinagiri, I annex a few images to give it a look please, I do not know if this is a problem in my configuration or just a very poor assessment on my part.

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Post by Rathinagiri »

I do not know if this is a problem in my configuration or just a very poor assessment on my part.
IMHO, it is neither. :)

My small doubt is, had you logged in when you captured test4.jpg?

I had attached two images here with BLUE marking. That shows the difference.
test3.jpg
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Post by jparada »

Hi Rathinagiri, I think I was logged in, I do not remember, I have confirmed what you told me about that show different times when I'm logged in and when not, as you say.

Thank you

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Post by Rathinagiri »

Yes. That should be the reason for the differences. Your time zone is set to UTC - 8 hours. Server's time zone is at UTC. Therefore, there would be 8 hours difference between before logging in and after logging in.

To avoid this, you can save the cookie using the browser preferences, so that you need not log in every time.
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Post by jparada »

Thanks Rathinagiri, then I will do so.

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