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My understanding from reading the forums is that the Windows create/modified timestamp picks up the system time. However, I travel frequently across timezones. Now that I'm looking back on my notes, I can't tell whether they picked up the local timezone when they were created, or if they are in my current timezone or other. Are these hard-coded (and if so, can you add a timezone to the display) or can they be stored in UTC format so that it will update to reflect to the current system local timezone (the way Outlook and my timecard logging app work)? Thanks! -LL EDIT: Never mind - it looks like there was just a lag the first time I tried it just now. It does appear to be adjusting the time to the current system timezone, as expected. So I answered my own question. Thanks anyways!
When using History in EN for Mac 3.3 all the history timestamps shown are not in the users local timezone. The timezone is not shown, but I can calculate that it will be GMT-7. Please show all timestamps in the correct local timezone and use the local date/time format. Regards, Carsten