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Re: CLOCKS GO BACK - THIS SUNDAY

#101 Post by akh43 » Sun Oct 28, 2012 9:24 am

elski wrote:To change the FMUK time: go into 'user control panel' then 'board preferences' then make sure 'Summer Time/DST is in effect:' is on No.
Thanks from me too, at last my time is showing correct o/
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Re: CLOCKS GO BACK - THIS SUNDAY

#102 Post by Snowwhite » Sun Oct 28, 2012 10:42 am

elski wrote:To change the FMUK time: go into 'user control panel' then 'board preferences' then make sure 'Summer Time/DST is in effect:' is on No.
thanks elski, it had always been bugging me that the time was wrong and now i can set it right o/

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Re: CLOCKS GO BACK - THIS SUNDAY

#103 Post by prettyxcool » Sun Oct 27, 2013 1:15 am

Extra hour in bed tomorrow!
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Re: CLOCKS GO BACK - THIS SUNDAY

#104 Post by McG » Sun Oct 27, 2013 1:33 am

prettyxcool wrote:Extra hour in bed tomorrow!
The wedding party folk will need it! :rolleyes:

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#105 Post by Ms Thrifty » Sun Oct 27, 2013 4:33 am

prettyxcool wrote:Extra hour in bed tomorrow!
Not how I see it, but each to her/his own! For me it means that a late night at the theatre doesn't deprive me of quite as much sleep as usual. The earlier dawn is a bonus when walking all day, as it means fewer hours walking in the dark at the start; on the other hand, as well as having to plan a route which starts along well-lit roads, I now also have to factor in finishing up the same way. Not nice being caught out on a field path as darkness descends!

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#106 Post by prettyxcool » Sun Oct 27, 2013 8:28 am

Ms Thrifty wrote:
prettyxcool wrote:Extra hour in bed tomorrow!
Not how I see it, but each to her/his own! For me it means that a late night at the theatre doesn't deprive me of quite as much sleep as usual.
If it did not deprive you then, it did mean you got some extra sleep?? ;) :kiss: But I know what you mean, my stupid body clock get ups regardless, whether I went to sleep early or late, I still get up 6 hours later! 8O
Ms Thrifty wrote:The earlier dawn is a bonus when walking all day, as it means fewer hours walking in the dark at the start; on the other hand, as well as having to plan a route which starts along well-lit roads, I now also have to factor in finishing up the same way. Not nice being caught out on a field path as darkness descends!
Yes, not looking forward to the day getting darker earlier.
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Re: CLOCKS GO BACK - THIS SUNDAY

#107 Post by Diane65 » Sun Oct 27, 2013 10:06 am

prettyxcool wrote: But I know what you mean, my stupid body clock get ups regardless, whether I went to sleep early or late, I still get up 6 hours later! 8O
Yes, not looking forward to the day getting darker earlier.
We must lead parallel lives but I'm a 7 hour girl and as soon as I have had my 7 hours I'm wide awake plus Liquorice likes his breakfast at 5am and sadly this morning it was 4am (anyone who has animals will relate to this and anyone else will think I'm mad but he is so loud) so now he is catching up with an extra hours asleep. :roll:

I don't mind the dark nights except that I can't go for walks after work. (I can but on the streets as I can't see where I'm going in the country.
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#108 Post by big_bad_wolf » Sun Oct 27, 2013 10:29 am

Shame my Lab puppy didnt realise the clocks went back,up usual time. I'll get my own back in 6 months time when the ckocks go forward.
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    #109 Post by raj101 » Sun Oct 27, 2013 10:35 pm

    lol my Dad put his clocks forward one hour.
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    #110 Post by jojojoanne » Sun Oct 27, 2013 10:42 pm

    raj101 wrote:lol my Dad put his clocks forward one hour.

    aww :giggle:

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