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Daylight Saving Time in OSCAR
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Daylight Saving Time in OSCAR
Daylight Saving Time: Our favorite, right?  Wink Clocks jumped forward one hour at 2AM in my time zone.

Pretty low priority as far as bugs go, but thought I'd mention it.

Attaching screenshots for first half, second half, then whole night. (Issue is the +1 hour use time in daily sidebar.)


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RE: Daylight Saving Time in OSCAR
Your charts seem to be a product of the AS11. My VAuto10 started at the normal time and didn't have any time change interruptions.
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RE: Daylight Saving Time in OSCAR
It's not relevant to your question, but the poorly sized fonts are usually a symptom of using a high resolution monitor in Windows.

If so, go to the OSCAR Troubleshooting Wiki and see the section on "OSCAR Graphics Problems."

Let us know if this is a better solution to your screen appearance.
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RE: Daylight Saving Time in OSCAR
@GuyScharf Thank you!!!!! Things look infinitely better now. I thought it was an artifact of my Windows 11 system and had resigned myself to the tiny font lol
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RE: Daylight Saving Time in OSCAR
Oh this is interesting... the timeline looks different now, probably because I re-started OSCAR. Instead of 22:20-7:32, it shows 23:20-8:32.

Edit: Uhhh screenshots don't work the way they used to, will try to fix.

Edit2: Uh oh. F12 doesn't make screencaps like it used to anymore. I also tried View | Take Screenshot but same result.


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RE: Daylight Saving Time in OSCAR
Well for the sake of my last comment "Oh this is interesting... the timeline looks different now, probably because I re-started OSCAR. Instead of 22:20-7:32, it shows 23:20-8:32.", I attached a screen snip to this post.


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