ldjhandm Jun 1, 2012
--- In email@example.com, "Luc Desamore" <luc_desamore@...> wrote:
> Not sure in your version, but in the last version in the menu display
> legend you may select the time zone an also a second time.
> For example I have in my legend (19 april 2012 version) this two lines :
> 5 june 2012 20:20:08 EDT
> 6 june 2012 0:20:07 UT1
> Did you get the last update ?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Lawrence" <lawrence@...>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Friday, 01 June, 2012 16:50
> Subject: [guide-user] Display time
> >I am looking at the time displayed by Guide as I look forward a few
> > during preparation of my weekly astronomy article for a local
> > newspaper.
> > The display time says 0900 but I am instinctively wondering - is that
> > GMT or BST? Would it seem reasonable to have the time zone also shown?
> > If I set the time using the 'time zone' menu to 0900, it shows the
> > display as 0900 so I assume that this means 0900UTC (=GMT). If the
> > display could also show "UTC" (if not "GMT") then I would not see any
> > ambiguity. These are forward predictions of course. The point here is
> > that if I click on 'now' then the clock shows me 1543BST, but Guide
> > (correctly) shows 1443UTC - hence my concern when I am doing forward
> > planning. I do need to ensure that I am using the local time-scale.
> > Assuming that this confusing description makes sense to everyone, I
> > welcome comments - especially from Bill!
> > Lawrence Harris
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