I have the usual "set current time" toggle enabled in the WebIDE. But Date on the Pixl is giving me this weird :
Fri May 25 2018 07:35:09 GMT-6000
when it's actually Sunday at 20:35 BST
setTime(Date.parse("2018-05-27T20:35:10") / 1000);
so the time is now right. But it's still printing out GMT-6000.
Am I missing something blindingly obvious?
(Windows 10 standalone Web IDE from last week. Pixl on both 1v97 and 1v99).
Try E.setTimeZone() to correct the time zone.
Thanks @MaBe. That worked. But I've no idea where that GMT-6000 came from.
Hi Conor, what IDE are you using for it? Older IDEs had a problem with how they called E.setTimeZone() so they set the time up wrong (by a factor of -60!) on anything with a nonzero timezone.
Sounds like your issue as Friday looks ~60 hours before Sunday?
All the other IDEs should have auto-updated but the windows Native one won't have.
That sounds like the problem alright Gordon :-)
I thought I'd grabbed the latest standalone for Windows last week but maybe I followed a stale link. It's reporting 0.68.6 in About.
Just updated to 0.69.0 and all seems well again.
I only updated it last week, so it was probably just bad timing!
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