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The following tests whether the local timezone has changed since yesterday: [ "$(date -d "yesterday" '+%z')" = "$(date '+%z')" ] The %z format asks date to return the timezone. The above compares the result for today versus the result for yesterday. How to use it The test command can be used to control statement execution: $ [ "$(date -d "yesterday" ...


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Based on your information it's most likely javascript on the planner which picks your local timezone (it's checked/calculated on the client - your PC). To change it, go to Date/Time properties (or simply double click on the clock - see here for more details http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/set-clock#1TC=windows-7) and change your timezone to ...



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