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Hello. I've been using the Scheduler module for a few months now and it has worked fabulously. Just a couple of days ago the timezone I'm in (U.S. Eastern Time) changed so that the clocks are all set back by one hour. And now my scheduled posts are being published one hour earlier then they should be and the timestamp is incorrect.
Just to clarify since that description might be a little confusing:
I set all my scheduled posts to publish at 11:00 am every day and then when 11:00 am rolls around and cron runs, they get published and show timestamped at 11:00 am. But for the last couple of days (since the daylight savings time switch) they are being posted at 10:00 am BUT being timestamped as 11:00 am.
I've checked all of these things:
1. My server is set to the correct timezone settings
2. The "Admin > Date & Time" setting is correctly set to "America/New York"
3. My Drupal user account timezone setting is correctly set to "America/New York"
Thanks so much for any suggestions as to what to look into! This is a great module and I really appreciate the time that goes into it!