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|#1309||time zone offset not > + / -12 hours|
it must be a bit the ignorance of those who think they are in the center of the world and timezones (and their offset) are a term of the old World.
Here the bug (at least I would call a it a functional misconception):
the 'new' version 3.0.1 does not allow a 'server timezone offset' of > +/- 12 hours. This is a a functional mistake.
I'm living in Singapore, TZ is GMT +8 My server is in US, TZ GMT -6
means, I have to adjust the server time by plus 14 hours. The other way around it would be an offset of -14 hours.
In FZ version 2.2.31 this was not an issue and it was possible to adjust the TZ by +/-24 hours what is correct. Now, in the new version it is not working and if I try to reset the serve timezone offset to greater than 12 hours it is ignoring my entry and is keeping the last entry.
Interestingly, the pull down menu offers numbers from -24 to + 24.
Wondering which hard working freshmeat was thinking the world has only +/- 12 hours time zones so it must have also only +/- 12 time zone differences.
Carsten from sunny Singapore
|#9428||duplicate||time shift when send/receive files from remote server|
Internet plans (like mine) have sometimes different capacities in different hours of the day and night. Would it be possible to set the time to start for downloading/sending files from/to remote server at a certain time? For instance, I have a limit of my LTE connection for 35 GB a month plus another 50 GB between 1 a.m. to 7.a.m. As a journalist and a photographer I have to send pretty big graphic files to my editor, so with my internet plan it would be more convenience to set a time shift in sending these files during the night time.... Best regards, Wojciech Adam Jurzyk (Albert) w.a.jurzyk@…
|#5085||fixed||time for to in speed limits lost after reboot|
When setting speed limits at particular times, it is not being written to the xml file properly under Win7 64 bit
e.g. <SpeedLimits DlType="3" DlLimit="10" ServerDlLimitBypass="1" UlType="0" UlLimit="10" ServerUlLimitBypass="1"> <Download> <Rule Speed="25" Hour="6" Minute="0" Second="0"> <Days>127</Days> <From /> <To /> </Rule> <Rule Speed="12" Hour="23" Minute="0" Second="0"> <Days>127</Days> <From /> <To /> </Rule> </Download> <Upload /> </SpeedLimits>
As soon as the server is restated it loses the times you set the limits at.
Same on 9.33 and 9.34.