[gs-devel] gs-devel Digest, Vol 14, Issue 15

John A. Wallace jw72253 at verizon.net
Tue Jan 17 19:02:32 UTC 2012


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>    1. Out of sync clock? (was: Re: gs-devel Digest etc) (SaGS)
>    2. overlay text ontop of an image. (Jeff Sadowski)
>    3. Re: overlay text ontop of an image. (Ken Sharp)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2012 15:57:19 +0200
> From: "SaGS" <sags5495 at hotmail.com>
> To: <gs-devel at ghostscript.com>
> Subject: [gs-devel] Out of sync clock? (was: Re: gs-devel Digest etc)
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> From: Jeremy Mitts
> Sent: Monday, 16 January 2012 13:14
> To: SaGS
> Subject: Re: [gs-devel] gs-devel Digest etc + A sugestion for
> maintainers
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> 
> > I think a better question is "how did you reply to a question 4
> minutes
> > before
> > it was asked?" :)
> > (There is a clock out of sync somewhere, I realize, but in my client
> your
> > message
> > shows 1:17 am and the original question shows 1:21 am!)
> > Jeremy
> 
> Nope. My reply was to John A. Wallace's message dated (according to the
> 'Date:' header) 2012/01/16 01:57:35 UTC (2012/01/15 19:57:35 your local
> time), not to the one from 2012/01/16 07:17:41 UTC (2012/01/16 01:17:41
> your
> local time; or 01:21, see below).
> 
> But now that you mention it, and once I looked at the message headers,
> I
> think John A. Wallace's computer is 4 minutes behind the correct
> time...
> 
 
Thank you for bringing to my attention the problem with my system's time
sync as I was not aware of it.  I believe it has now been corrected. Even
so, I have to say, your noticing a four minute discrepancy like that seems,
hum, at a loss for words here, a tad bit pedantic if I must say.
Nevertheless, I am glad it happened for my sake, and I have corrected it.
:)





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