"Change Timestamp" time calculation bug

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"Change Timestamp" time calculation bug

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Hi, found this bug (if it is bug), by correcting EXIF time on some pictures. Took screenshot :
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XnView version 2.25 standard install on Windows 7 32bit.


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Re: "Change Timestamp" time calculation bug

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Do you have same problem in 2.24 version?
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Re: "Change Timestamp" time calculation bug

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Installed 2.24, now xnview adds one hour instead of removing.

attached resized (with xnview) file i was testing on, result is still same.
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Re: "Change Timestamp" time calculation bug

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it works for me with 2.25, i'm with GMT+1
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Re: "Change Timestamp" time calculation bug

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EET (UTC+02:00) and EEST (UTC+03:00) for me.

maybe this "summer daylight saving time" is culprit in this case?
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Re: "Change Timestamp" time calculation bug

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ratMin wrote:EET (UTC+02:00) and EEST (UTC+03:00) for me.

maybe this "summer daylight saving time" is culprit in this case?
yes i think, so now you are in UTC+3?
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Re: "Change Timestamp" time calculation bug

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no, right now we are in EET (UTC+02:00)
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Re: "Change Timestamp" time calculation bug

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I´ve the same issue with 2.25 version, using W7 32bits. I tried with 2.03 version on the same computer and works fine. In my case 2.25 version subtracts 1 hour.

ver 2.25:
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ver 2.03:
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Re: "Change Timestamp" time calculation bug

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Same problem here (http://newsgroup.xnview.com/viewtopic.php?f=36&t=31148).
Timezone is CET (GMT+1). Automatic change to summer time is set to on in Windows.
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larsen wrote:Same problem here (http://newsgroup.xnview.com/viewtopic.php?f=36&t=31148).
Timezone is CET (GMT+1). Automatic change to summer time is set to on in Windows.
and with previous version no problem?
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Re: "Change Timestamp" time calculation bug

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So far I didn´t notice any problems. Can´t say when it was the last time I used that feature and with which version.
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larsen wrote:So far I didn´t notice any problems. Can´t say when it was the last time I used that feature and with which version.
Could you try the 2.24?
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lukanus wrote:I´ve the same issue with 2.25 version, using W7 32bits. I tried with 2.03 version on the same computer and works fine. In my case 2.25 version subtracts 1 hour.
Could you try the 2.24?
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Re: "Change Timestamp" time calculation bug

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2.24 is fine, while 2.25 is not.
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Re: "Change Timestamp" time calculation bug

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larsen wrote:2.24 is fine, while 2.25 is not.
which OS?
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