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Wrong hour on publish date

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Hi all,
I have jTweet module installed on my website.
All works fine but i just see a little problem.
When a tweet is posted on my tweet wall, i have a gap of 1 hour on tweetDate tag.
For example: if i tweet a message on twitter at 9h30, it will be displayed on my website with the publish date "10h30".

I know it's on relative_time and rest_relative_time functions, but i have not enough experience in Jquery/javascript to understand how it works.

Can you help me to fix it please ?
Thanks.

PS: Sorry for my poor english.
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Hi,

in control panel you can adjust the timezone settings of the server.

I think this will solve this.

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Hi Bert,
Thanks for your quick response.

The timezone in my control panel is correct.
The problem appears only with jTweet, all others publish dates like facebook date or K2 items are correct.
I have upgraded my Joomla! version last week, i'm on 2.5 now, can it come from here ?
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I just found a solution, but i think it's not "clean"

I've replaced this line:

return parsed_date.getHours()-parsed_date.getTimezoneOffset()/60 + 'h'+zero+ parsed_date.getMinutes();

By this line:

return (parsed_date.getHours()-parsed_date.getTimezoneOffset()/60)-1 + 'h'+zero+ parsed_date.getMinutes();

It works but it seems not clean, isn't it ?
I fear it may cause other problems...

Any ideas to "upgrade" my solution ?

Thanks in advance.
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Last Edit: 8 years 3 months ago by poulpi.
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I don't really understand why that would be happening, but your solution seems solid. It works and that would be good enough for me ;)
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Ok Seth, thank you.
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no problem.
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