Time test

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Denis de Gannes
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Time test

Post by Denis de Gannes »

This post is to check my time. I think it is off by 6.5 hours.

My post is saying Wed 18th 1.09 pm, it is presently approx 7.36 pm.
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Re: Time test

Post by Ken Berry »

You're not the first to notice this and probably will not be the last. I noticed it a week before this Forum even existed, and asked Corel to correct it, which they have not done. I cannot do it as we do not have access to the Corel server. It has to be done by one of the Corel techs based in Taiwan. Repeated requests from me have also produced no result. And for me it is slow by 8 hrs 30 mins. :evil:

But it is a known problem and needs no further discussion. So I am locking this thread.
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