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dmedin

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Hello

For any reason my IG Platform switch to the Australian time schedule last week. I am based in Europe so platform shows charts with time +10 hours...It is now 8:00 PM in Europe, Charts shows 6:00 AM day after. Very disturbing @Caseynotes : Do you know how to fix this ?...Thank you in advance

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11 hours ago, Adam71 said:

Hello

For any reason my IG Platform switch to the Australian time schedule last week. I am based in Europe so platform shows charts with time +10 hours...It is now 8:00 PM in Europe, Charts shows 6:00 AM day after. Very disturbing @Caseynotes : Do you know how to fix this ?...Thank you in advance

Hi, the time zone of the web based platform can't be changed from the user interface, you will need to call the helpdesk who will refer to the tech department to reset your platform from their end. Interesting, I've not heard that problem arising before.

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On 02/03/2020 at 16:37, dmedin said:

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Reliably unreliable.

Lost all my drawings again, and slow AF.

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