Chrome displays only the local time,

when the clock is configured for any timezone other than the computers it still only displays the local time in chrome,

I have check Fire Fox and IE9 the both seem to be fine......

have i missed somthing?

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#4 timezone_error.patch744 byteststoeckler
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#2 CHANGELOG.txt2.23 KBtstoeckler

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Just a quick note that I have read this, and it's on my todo-list, but I don't have chrome installed currently, so cannot test without further effort. And my Drupal time is currently a bit limited so it could be a few weeks until I get some time to dig into this. If anyone can help, everything could go quicker, of course.

Most importantly if someone could actually isolate the bug, if there is one. Actually writing a patch then shouldn't be too hard.

Title:Chrome displays only the local timeTime zone not being applied correctly
Version:6.x-1.6» 6.x-1.x-dev
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I finally had some time to test this.
This is not at all related to Chrome.
The problem is a wrong variable name, which is probably unintentionally caused by one of the recent clean-up commits.

Please try out the attached patch, whether it fixes the problem.

Status:Active» Needs review

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Oops, that was the wrong file....

I've just committed the patch to the 6.x-1.x branch. If you wait for 12 hours, you can try out the -dev version and see if it works. Thanks!

Is this problem in 7x also? It doesn't appear to like to stay on the user time zone setting.

Could you elaborate Starminder? I just checked and for me the time zone setting works just fine on 7.x-1.x

I guess what I mean to say is (last time I looked) if I set it to user time zone it may or may not "stick". If I go back and look after setting it, it is set to a different setting. Had this happen a number of times, gave up, but it finally is displaying the right time for me so I left well enough alone :) Anyway, i will double check but when I saw this for 6x it struck me it was happening in 7x too. I'll followup.

Status:Needs review» Fixed

No comments for a while. I'm going to mark this fixed and probably release a new version when we figure #1192246: Disable Block Cache? out.

Status:Fixed» Closed (fixed)

Automatically closed -- issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.