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    Wise Old Thumper Jack's-Jane's Avatar
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    Default Forum Clock ?

    Is there a way to alter it in my own settings as atm it is about 20 minutes slow ?

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    I never pay attention to it - I think it's been wrong for several years hasn't it? I just checked and mine's 20 minutes off too.

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    Yea mines the same, always has been, I haven't looked into it too much... But I feel like it might be something we can't change... Maybe... Hopefully I'm wrong, I'd love it fixed.

    The fact that the website and Tapatalk both do it to everyone I'm guessing? Makes me think its only something the owner can change..



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    I don't think any clock I know has the right time:
    My car clock is always 4 minutes slow, don't know why I've just got used to it!
    Our kitchen clock is always set as summertime, it's ok now til October
    Our clocks at work both needed batteries this week, I spent most of Thursday morning thinking it was 9.15 am, I changed the battery so should be ok now.
    My new watch that I wore yesterday was set in wintertime, eventually I realised and changed it.
    There's no wonder I'm always late to places

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