Great improvement of the site: Time and Date Stamp
Thread poster: Monika Coulson

Monika Coulson  Identity Verified
Local time: 17:37
Member (2001)
English to Albanian
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Mar 19, 2004

Wow, have you noticed that the time and the date are now stamped on the top left corner, right over your name on every ProZ.com page? I just noticed it... I think this is great and nobody can get confused of what time zone ProZ.com is using. Also, I do not need to see my calendar, my watch or clock when I am logged on ProZ.comicon_wink.gificon_wink.gif

Thank you Henry and Jason!

Have a great Time everyone,
Monikaicon_biggrin.gif

[Edited at 2004-03-19 04:52]


 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 01:37
English to German
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Dimension problem Mar 19, 2004

Hi Monika,
I also spotted that. Slight glitch, however: the "'04" is shifted to a second line - I guess the frame is a bit too tight there. This could probably be solved by changing the format from "Mar 19 '04" to "19MAR04".

Cheers, Ralf


 

Vladimir Dubisskiy  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 18:37
Member (2001)
English to Russian
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it's great! Mar 19, 2004

Though it shows 6:14 March 19 already, when I have 10:15 March 18th yet,icon_smile.gif))
and [quote]Ralf Lemster wrote:

Hi Monika,
I also spotted that. Slight glitch, however: the "'04" is shifted to a second line -


 

Narasimhan Raghavan  Identity Verified
Local time: 05:07
English to Tamil
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What time is referred to here? Mar 19, 2004

As I type this posting after clicking the reply button, I see that 06:52:46 Mar 19 '04 has been changed to 06:54:41 Mar 19 '04, but I do not see the time changing in the seconds column. So I presume that the time of opening each screen is given in this place.
Regards,
N.Raghavan


 

Jason Grimes
Local time: 19:37
SITE STAFF
Should show all on one line now Mar 19, 2004

Ralf,

The time stamp should show all on one line now. Let me know if that solves it.

Regards,

Jason


 

Jason Grimes
Local time: 19:37
SITE STAFF
Time shown is when the page was created Mar 19, 2004

Narasimhan Raghavan wrote:
What time is referred to here?


Narasimhan,

The time shown is the time the page was dynamically created. In most cases, this should be the time that you accessed the page. If you are viewing a cached page however (e.g. from your browser's cache, a proxy server, or google cache) it is the time the page was originally generated.

Note that all times on the site are in the GMT timezone (+0000).

Regards,

Jason


 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 01:37
English to German
+ ...
Looking good now Mar 19, 2004

Thanks, Jason!
The time stamp should show all on one line now. Let me know if that solves it.


Sorted - looks good!

Ralf


 

Fabiana Papastefani-Pezzoni  Identity Verified
Romania
Local time: 02:37
Member (2003)
English to Albanian
+ ...
One hour back mine Mar 19, 2004

This is so nice. There is only discordance with the time in Ukraine...the time showed in my screen in accordance to the country I have mentioned in the profile I guess, right? If yes, then mine is one hour back. Can I fix it from here?

 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 01:37
English to German
+ ...
UTC Mar 19, 2004

ProZ.com uses UTC (a.k.a. GMT) - unless I'm missing something, everyone sees the same time display. See www.proz.com/faq#timezone.

HTH, Ralf


 

Fabiana Papastefani-Pezzoni  Identity Verified
Romania
Local time: 02:37
Member (2003)
English to Albanian
+ ...
Got it ... Mar 19, 2004

Thanks for the explanation. Then I will try
to see the real benefit of this feature, which I am sure, there is.


 

Elvira Stoianov  Identity Verified
Luxembourg
Local time: 01:37
German to Romanian
+ ...
maybe it's easier to determine deadlines :) Mar 19, 2004

Fabiana Papastefani-Pezzoni wrote:

Thanks for the explanation. Then I will try
to see the real benefit of this feature, which I am sure, there is.


If you know that a client is in a timezone of GMT+8.00, it might be easier to determine your deadline, as when you start from your time zone.icon_wink.gif


 

Marianela Melleda  Identity Verified
Chile
Local time: 20:37
English to Spanish
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I like the new feature Mar 20, 2004

Thanks Monika for bringing this new feature to our attention and thanks Jason for making this possible.

I also agree with Elvira regarding the usefulness of having GMT time at sight, specially if you work for clients being in different time zones.

"If you know that a client is in a timezone of GMT+8.00, it might be easier to determine your deadline, as when you start from your time zone."

Enjoy your weekend,
Marianela


 


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