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http://www.crunchyroll.com/simulcastcalendar used to have the show times in local time. Now they are showing is Pacific time. Is there a new setting to change that back to my local time?
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Posted 8/5/16

foosbooty wrote:

http://www.crunchyroll.com/simulcastcalendar used to have the show times in local time. Now they are showing is Pacific time. Is there a new setting to change that back to my local time?


I don't know if there's a special setting, but my calendar is in my local time (which is not Pacific time) and I didn't change any settings.
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Posted 8/5/16

lorreen wrote:


foosbooty wrote:

http://www.crunchyroll.com/simulcastcalendar used to have the show times in local time. Now they are showing is Pacific time. Is there a new setting to change that back to my local time?


I don't know if there's a special setting, but my calendar is in my local time (which is not Pacific time) and I didn't change any settings.


My guess is it's based on your geolocation data from you current IP address. Are you browsing from a work laptop or other device you don't normally use? I know that, depending on which network I'm connected to, a lot of sites will mistakenly identify me as being in California instead of Texas, but I haven't specifically tested with CR's calendar.
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Mine's (only) an hour off. Not Pacific time, but Eastern... Shows Bono Bono to be put up in 15 minutes at 8 PM, but since I'm Central, in 15 minutes it will only actually be 7 PM.
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eyeofpain wrote:


lorreen wrote:


foosbooty wrote:

http://www.crunchyroll.com/simulcastcalendar used to have the show times in local time. Now they are showing is Pacific time. Is there a new setting to change that back to my local time?


I don't know if there's a special setting, but my calendar is in my local time (which is not Pacific time) and I didn't change any settings.


My guess is it's based on your geolocation data from you current IP address. Are you browsing from a work laptop or other device you don't normally use? I know that, depending on which network I'm connected to, a lot of sites will mistakenly identify me as being in California instead of Texas, but I haven't specifically tested with CR's calendar.


That may be the case since that was a work computer and from home the times are correct. Only thing is, that our work computers run through a data center in Florida, not California. Must be something wrong with the geocode data for that IP range as it was correct until a few weeks ago and I know the geocode base gets regular updates.
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Posted 8/6/16

foosbooty wrote:



That may be the case since that was a work computer and from home the times are correct. Only thing is, that our work computers run through a data center in Florida, not California. Must be something wrong with the geocode data for that IP range as it was correct until a few weeks ago and I know the geocode base gets regular updates.


The block of addresses could be marked as coming from somewhere else. I usually connect through a DC in Georgia, but still get detected as being near the corporate headquarters in California.
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That's what I suspect. And I'm in Georgia and our corporate HQ is in GA, but the data center is in Fla (we bought them out and took over their business).
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Posted 8/6/16

foosbooty wrote:

That's what I suspect. And I'm in Georgia and our corporate HQ is in GA, but the data center is in Fla (we bought them out and took over their business).


Those can get complicated, and it could be that company in Florida had acquired a company on the west coast in the past, and things are just not as up-to-date as they should be.
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