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  • Nicolas2000
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    hi, can you correct my english please ?

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  • ryany
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    ahhh ok thank you

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  • Nicolas2000
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    Originally posted by ryany
    hmm do you mean $bbuserinfo['timezoneoffset'] ? It should already be called in global.php ...
    $bbuserinfo['timezoneoffset'] is the personnal time offset for each member (..) Sorry My english is bad... Please correct me
    Now, $timeoffset is the time offsset of your server... for ex : if your are at Paris and your server at New York, it would be good that the hour of your computer is the same as the board (server)
    $timeoffset defined in the data base, in setting table, do a query to find the ligne.
    After, define $timeoffset and $bbuserinfo['timezoneoffset']

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  • ryany
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    hmm do you mean $bbuserinfo['timezoneoffset'] ? It should already be called in global.php ...

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  • Nicolas2000
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    $timeoffset ? You should define this variable in your script

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  • ryany
    started a topic Using vbdate

    Using vbdate

    In using vbdate on my own php file. The time does not follow.

    ie
    PHP Code:
    $entrydate vbdate($dateformat$timestamp);
    $entrytime vbdate($timeformat$timestamp); 
    gives
    10-08-2002 09:15 AM in a vbpage

    but gives
    09-08-2002 06:15 PM on my page

    I seem to be missing something, and i think its got to do with $bbuserinfo['timezoneoffset'] but I'm not sure what.

    *ponders*
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