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I've had my consecutive visits count reset several times now, after logging in during my afternoon instead of my morning. What is the time-zone that is used for determining when the day begins and ends, and can something be done to cater for different time-zones? (and it would be nice to get my visit count back, but that's not a question...)

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What is the time-zone that is used for determining when the day begins and ends

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can something be done to cater for different time-zones?

This has been suggested before on Meta Stack Overflow and has been

  • I see, so the consecutive visits becomes a race condition in that case. – peter ferrie May 5 '13 at 3:26
  • @peterferrie Depends. I log in at an almost fixed time every day, so I dont have any issues with whatever time zone is used. – asheeshr May 5 '13 at 3:40
  • good for you, but I don't have that luxury, so I am very much affected by it. – peter ferrie May 6 '13 at 3:28
  • You could post another feature-request on Meta Stack Exchange. It was declined by Jeff Atwood in '11, who has now left Stack Exchange, so it might have a chance. – asheeshr May 6 '13 at 4:00

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