Crossing time zones

Banshee365

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I've searched "time zone" and couldn't find the answer to my question. I havn't tried importing to logbook pro yet as I havn't started to fly yet. I just got my IOE schedule for this weekend and I'm putting the schedule in so all I have to do is input the off/on times and such. My question is when I cross from EST to CST it doesn't take into account the time zone change for the block time. I have ATL setup as UTC-5 and PFN setup as UTC-6. I put 1100 in for the out and 1111 in for the in and it say's it's only 11 minutes where it's really 0111. I'm sure I'm messing something obvious up but I don't know what it is. Thanks.

-Kelly
 

Eric Addis

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Hello,

It sounds like a DST issue. (see attached Pics)

ATL (Atlanta) should be UTC -5 and the DST box checked
PFN (Panama City) should be UTC -6 and the DST box checked

In your Time Zone Settings on the Preference page Make sure the DST is in Effect box is not checked.

Make sure your logpage is set to LOCAL.
 

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