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nelson
21.10.2005 - 02:53
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Yiippeee, it works, it works.
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nelson
21.10.2005 - 02:54
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And you don't get logged out randomly either.
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richard
21.10.2005 - 04:37
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Although we'll need to do something about the timestamps ;o)
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arun
21.10.2005 - 12:59
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Well done. How much money do you want Rich?
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richard
21.10.2005 - 13:49
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Still waiting for my CC bill to arrive, we paid in Dollars so I'm not sure of the conversion rate.

Oh, the reason your posts weren't showing is because you used some invalid characters, such as the pound sign and a +/- symbol that you copied from OcUK. Gonna be a bit flakey I reckon until we rewrite this bugger =)
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richard
22.10.2005 - 03:48
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96.00 USD @ 1.7134 = 56.03 GBP + 10.45 for the domain name

That's a wedge of 22.16 a piece
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nelson
24.10.2005 - 04:28
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Excellent. Will dispatch the money via trebuchet launch. You might want to warn your bank to be on the lookout for 22 incoming 1 pound coins at high velocity.
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richard
24.10.2005 - 05:15
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/me ducks

any idea for the timestamp thingy? Presume we need to add an offset, thankfully we're not storing the times as 'dd/mm/yyyy - hh:mm', so it's just the displaying of the microtimes that aren't working.
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richard
24.10.2005 - 05:17
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Need to add 7 hours to get to BST, although those pesky americans have different daylight savings rules to us, don't they? I think they roll back their clocks in the first sunday of november as opposed to last sunday of october. Yanks, eh?
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richard
24.10.2005 - 07:36
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Little bit more complicated that I just explained, but thankfully PHP comes to the rescue. Should just have to set date_default_timezone_set("Europe/London"); before we save the times to XML and on display, then hopefully it should fix it. Should work for BST too.
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