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Re^2: What time is it?

by Ben Win Lue (Friar)
on Jun 03, 2005 at 14:07 UTC ( #463262=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: What time is it?
in thread What time is it?

Hi, aukjan!

Thanks for your answer.
My local time setting is right and it works where I look at single nodes and their replies. But it does not apply to the timestamps of the nodes shown in the main section lists ("Seekers of perl wisdom","Monastery Gates", ...).

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Re^3: What time is it?
by aukjan (Friar) on Jun 03, 2005 at 15:11 UTC

    You are right... I never noticed it before! I usually go straight to the node by selecting one in Newest Nodes. I don't know how to change that one... sorry..

    .:| If it can't be fixed .. Don't break it |:.

      I disagree.

      I personally think that if it can't be fixed it definately needs breaking. After all, how would we discover what is inside, or how to take it apart if we didn't break it?

      I'm all for break fixing things!

        Depends on what you are breaking... Not all things can be broken and discovered!
        I too enjoy a good breaking now and then.... especially when a nice sound accompanies it!

        .:| If it can't be fixed .. Don't break it |:.

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