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Using Different Time Zones in your Mac Calender
Appears by default in the current time zones of your computer (set in the date and time settings). You can, however, modify the time zones and adjust single incidents to use a different time zones. Changing the time area of your schedule will cause new incidents to use the new time area. If you return to the time zones your Mac uses, incidents generated in the other time zones keep that time zones.
For all other occurrences, the date and time will revert to their initial state. You can, for example, go to Eastern Time on a temporary basis to plan a Broadway game for your forthcoming holiday. If you arrived in New York, you would change your diary to east time. Returning home, any event you added during your stay in New York would retain the eastern time zones.
Others would revert to their initial data and time. On your Mac, in the Kalender application, select Calender > Preferences, and then click Sophisticated. Select a time area from the pop-up list to the right of the Date box. If you want to select a time area that is not displayed, select Other.
Postpones incidents to the right data and time for the time area. On your Mac, in the Kalender application, select Calender > Preferences, and then click Sophisticated. Select the date of the meeting, click the Time Region pop-up and then select an item. If you want to select a time area that is not displayed, select Other.
If you want to prevent the incident from shifting when you display a different time area, select Move.
7.5 Adjusting the system time and the time zone
The Linux system provides instructions for setting the current system date and time and the system time zones. In order to view the current system time, type the date command: Use the following format of the date statement to adjust the current system time: The parts of the instruction arguments have the following meaning:
Select this option to display the time you entered and then adjust the system time: If you shut down or restart your system, the date and time of the system will be reset to the nonvolatile (CMOS) time. In order to save the Linux date and time in the CMOS, type the following command: In case you are setting your watch to LTC instead of LTC, output the command:
In order to adjust the time zones, use the instruction szconfig. It opens a dialogue that shows the current time area and asks if you want to modify it. When you answer Yes, the instruction asks you to select from a selection of geographic areas and then towns. On the basis of your decisions, the instruction places and shows the current time area.
Fill in the number of the geographical area in which you live: in which you are now. I think you should select a town in your time area. Her standard time zones are adjusted to 'America/Los_Angeles'. It'?s time now: Municipal time: World time is now: