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Old 11/05/2017, 10:57 AM   #1
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2 clocks for DST again?

I remember this happened last year... then corrected itself... and Neptune said they fixed it going forward

So should I just chill til tomorrow morning and everything will right itself?

Everything turned on at the same 2400 hour as if we didn't fall back...I'm just trying to recall the timing of the deleted hour in the apex brain so i can adjust my actions accordingly until it fixes itself (hopefully?)

And I'm not sure how much of last year's info is good since it seems shorter this time... like it only showed up today... maybe this is mid fix and I'm just being hyper and paranoid and everything will autocorrect during its next off period until they're all correct and then poof the second clock disappears?

Any ideas?

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