#1 Edited by Branwulf (410 posts) -

Is this a bug or intended? It was nice to know what time things started in the UK and not have to work it out myself.

#2 Edited by thekitkatshuffler (66 posts) -

Just noticed this myself. One of the most useful things on the old site so hope it's going to be fixed on the new one.

#3 Edited by Beaker (94 posts) -

I'm sure it's on the list of fixes.

#4 Posted by XtremePudim (91 posts) -
@beaker said:

I'm sure it's on the list of fixes.

Hope so, it's super useful

#5 Posted by BlackLagoon (1460 posts) -

If they want to be really awesome they'd add an option to display it in 24 hour clock too...

#6 Posted by thekitkatshuffler (66 posts) -

If they want to be really awesome they'd add an option to display it in 24 hour clock too...

And for the date to be displayed in a format that makes any kind of sense....

#7 Posted by idBloc (124 posts) -

we could just output a date format based on your location's standard

we'll fix the timezone issue as soon as possible

#8 Posted by Artso (77 posts) -

I agree with all of the above! Really need this feature.

#9 Edited by ChrisTaran (1678 posts) -

I also loved this feature and hope for it's speedy return :)

#10 Posted by Ethan_Raiden (345 posts) -

Its probably an easy change that they've overlooked with all the other issues, cant see it being too long until its fixed,

#11 Posted by Sgtpierceface (645 posts) -

Maybe if they used some kind of international time measurement unit that was really dumb...

#12 Edited by PCWV (104 posts) -
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#16 Posted by Nilazz (639 posts) -

Huh, never knew it worked that way on the old site. Bummer.

#17 Posted by mikey87144 (1806 posts) -

I'll join the chorus of hoping this feature returns soon.

#18 Posted by SplitNova (18 posts) -
#19 Edited by Seb (365 posts) -

Local time is busted for me again, anyone else?

#20 Edited by GeekDown (1170 posts) -

@seb: Yeah, it's broken for me too.