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es24tv

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Hi Greg and/or Harris,

Please refer to these two difficulties I find in the settings ATutor 2.0.1:

1) In "System Preferences" I can not set the date function (Z) time zone, for example value is "UTC +5, E, I changed it to" +2, B "and when" Save "is as "UTC-1, N

2) It seems that there are incompatibilities between the themes and Blumina default (some options are set to "Default" then not reflect the change of theme and vice versa.

Best Regards,

Mario
Posted: 2010-10-26 11:35:29
harris

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Thanks for the report, confirmed for 1). That's weird. I will add it to the bug tracker.
Posted: 2010-10-26 11:54:42
es24tv

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any update on this issue?
Posted: 2010-11-06 08:59:13
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timezone_fix.zip

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Hi Mario,

We have been caught up with some work and haven't been able to write up a patch for this.

The timezone functionality was added by Greg so it is actually best to get him to look at it before we post up a public patch. Unfortunately, he is out of town now.

Attached is a quick patch that I wrote which will address this problem. This patch includes changes to the user preference setting file, admin config file, and the output date file. I will put up a public atutor patch for this fix once he reviews the code changes.

Please note that if you are to apply this patch, you will have to remember to restore the patched file later on when the official patch comes out. Otherwise the patch will be duplicated and will break the codes.


Regards,
Harris
Posted: 2010-11-08 16:52:58
 
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