These two sites seem to be different. For instance, a question posted here in forum.solidworks.com (the only one I can actually post to it seems) does not appear on my.solidworks.com/forums. It's very confusing. What is going on?
Yes, they're different.
I'll say my.solidworks.com is a repost of this forum.
When this forum was down a few weeks ago I tried going to the other. From what I could tell it was read only, and all but impossible to do that. (Maybe I was doing it wrong.)
Yes, click reply send me over here.
And its still 13 hours ago.
Frederick Law wrote: And its still 13 hours ago.
Frederick Law wrote:
The other forum site has it's time based on GMT, not your local time zone.
That may be some of what seems different.
I looked at the last post time on one of the forum sites and then went to the my.solidworks.com version of it and the time was accurate (if you change it to GMT)
I don't think in GMT. My brain is wired around local time.
I have too many things I need to convert on a daily basis so I have my computer time shown as local time but have one of the additional clock readouts set to GMT.
I deal with customers around the world so when I am conversing with one often (or getting ready to travel there - before Covid) I would set one of the additional clocks to that time (and I have cheat sheets for time conversions when traveling).
Just wish they had a pop up with even more time zones so I didn't have to keep changing the clock settings.
VB.NET exercises and solutions: GUI Show a clock on desktop
It shouldn't be difficult to modify that to show as many time zones as you like.
Thanks, I will give it a try tomorrow.
Time to go home and have some supper now.
OK, now that I said that, it's proving me wrong- this post is appearing in this forum too...
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