Anyone got wrong time on V1809? It was daylight saving today

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  1. KCR
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       #21

    Mikedyce said:
    Does the corn have a clock so it knows about DST/GMT?
    Why yes. . . yes, of course it does . . . .
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  2. Posts : 853
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       #22

    Eddie Doc said:
    Sorry, but according to you screenshot, you don't.

    Edit: you have it , but it is not set to on.Confusing, isn't it?
    Exactly, I have the setting available whereas post 8 doesn't and both Win10 pro.

    Think that setting may be more applicable to computers that move location and time zone such as laptops and tablets?
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  3. Posts : 22
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       #23

    I can't remember a version of windows that does not occasionally screw up the time....maybe win2k or wfw3.11. So when I went to the pub yesterday I was an hour early!
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  4. Posts : 1,591
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       #24

    KCR said:
    Why yes. . . yes, of course it does . . . .
    Okay, I think i'm kinda understanding how it all works. Let's just assume that I am driving in a car, and stumble upon some corn in a farm. May I ask it what time it is, and it would give me the proper time... AND a snack?
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  5. Posts : 430
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       #25

    Many farm and Mennonite communities (no electricity) still use corn cobs on the old pendulum clocks.
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  6. KCR
    Posts : 346
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       #26

    pepanee said:
    May I ask it what time it is, and it would give me the proper time... AND a snack?
    It's complicated, so I'll speculate, but from what I've read, corn no longer uses the concept of proper time. . .

    It might, instead, express the results of your query in terms of coordinate time. . . .

    pepanee said:
    AND
    The "AND" in your question would seem, at least for me, to imply more than one event ?

    I'm pretty sure that two (or more) events at the same time, would violate some weird concept. . . .



    One more thing, pepanee. . .
    May I ask it. . . ?
    Even though you're from California. . . if it were me, and I decided to start talking to "some corn", I think I would try
    and avoid being witnessed. .






    OMG, I just realize something. . .
    Even though you're from California
    I think you'll get this post an hour before I sent it !! . .

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    Last edited by KCR; 30 Oct 2018 at 05:09.
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  7. Posts : 1,591
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       #27

    lol you just went all out in your post. And as a matter of fact, I received your response 2 hours before you sent it!
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  8. KCR
    Posts : 346
    Windows 10 Home, 64-bit, Version 21H2 (OS Build 19044.1706)
       #28

    pepanee said:
    lol you just went all out in your post.
    Maybe just a bit. . Anyone got wrong time on V1809? It was daylight saving today-lmao.gif


    And as a matter of fact, I received your response 2 hours before you sent it!

    Two hours ???

    Hmmm. . .

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