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Time change question

esochanesochan Northern CAPosts: 8Member

Before the daylight savings time change over the weekend, my 3/1 Ohmhour was way under the forecast. However, after the time change, it reflects the wrong hour; it's using the hour after the initial Ohmhour. Because of this, I'm now at 0 streak instead of 9. Can someone fix this so I can get my streak back?

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  • UkiwiSUkiwiS San DiegoPosts: 1,495Member, Moderator

    @samklee >

    @esochan said:

    Before the daylight savings time change over the weekend, my 3/1 Ohmhour was way under the forecast. However, after the time change, it reflects the wrong hour; it's using the hour after the initial Ohmhour. Because of this, I'm now at 0 streak instead of 9. Can someone fix this so I can get my streak back?

    So the numbers for an Old OhmHour have changed?

  • nlaceynlacey Posts: 25Member

    I have the same issue, My last ohm hour is calculated using the wrong hour. I haven't checked old OhmHour's to see if they were recalculated.

  • esochanesochan Northern CAPosts: 8Member

    @UkiwiS said:
    @samklee >

    @esochan said:

    Before the daylight savings time change over the weekend, my 3/1 Ohmhour was way under the forecast. However, after the time change, it reflects the wrong hour; it's using the hour after the initial Ohmhour. Because of this, I'm now at 0 streak instead of 9. Can someone fix this so I can get my streak back?

    So the numbers for an Old OhmHour have changed?

    That is correct.

  • esochanesochan Northern CAPosts: 8Member

    It looks like all of my Ohmhour participations are off by an hour as well.

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