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Christian J
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A non-US resident probably has no idea what CST is. Would it be better for international users to use say GMT?
John Pozadzides
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A non-US resident probably has no idea what CST is. Would it be better for international users to use say GMT?

Sorry. CST is Central Standard Time (Texas). I didn't think about it, but in the future I'll try to remember to put -6 GMT instead. smile.gif

I only had about 1 minute to throw those up before they took down the server, so it was a sloppy rush job....

John
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