Date and time stamping posts

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  1. Douglas

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    Is it possible to put a date and time stamp on the posts? and what do you think of the idea?

    Doug...
     
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    All posts are date and time stamped, look at top left of the post, just above the posters avatar :thumb: 16:09 02/02/2010
     
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    Got it!!! must get some new glasses!!!

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    Its not just you Doug, I'll admit it could be a bit more prominent. It does mean that some interesting old threads from 2007 get posted on every now and again:BigGrin:
     
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    So why does my puter show your post at 17.09 my clock shows the right time
    and above my avetar it shows this one made at 17.44 and its only 16.44
     
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    Is it right now Geo?
     
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    now the time right :Doh:WOTS GOING ORF:swear:
     
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    A Time Lord Too:Eeek:
     
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    Hi geo, for some reason, in your profile you had the "Auto Detect Summertime Thingy" set to off, I switched it on and now your posts reflect GMT.

    Wishful thinking on your part I suppose, because you were posting in BST:BigGrin: It will soon be here mate, I've really noticed the days lengthening here:thumb::thumb:
     
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    Feels great being turned on via the Tinternet:RollEyes:
    I feel the days lengthening too
    Feels like Ive done 20 hrs already:Doh:
     

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