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Old February 23rd 07, 07:59 PM posted to microsoft.public.win98.apps
Jim
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Default ping-*-Gary Terhune

Thank you Gary,
I tried the TZeditor on win98se with 2k and all critical updates; it is a no
go. The application will not open in edit. The Microsoft kb? for win98 and
download which TZeditor to make the appropriate changes?

Sorry to have to write to you this way, I keep lossing the conversation in
that thread and am running out of time to search it. tia-maria


  #2  
Old February 24th 07, 03:09 AM posted to microsoft.public.win98.apps
Gary S. Terhune
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Posts: 1,846
Default ping-*-Gary Terhune

My app has nothing to do with TZEdit. You simply run my app and follow the
instructions for finishing the change by changing the time zone and then
changing it back.

Note, there is a new version up that works much more simply, now. It's a
self-executing ZIP file (EXE file.) Try it again, read the instructions.
Part of the problem is when you asked about my app, other people started
talking about entirely different solutions having nothing to do with my app.
Once you've run my new EXE file, there's nothing more to do except those
follow-up steps of changing the time zone and then changing it back. It's
all in my instructions.

http://grystmill.com/articles/tz_update.htm

But wait until tomorrow morning. Brian A. has suggested a solution to a
minor annoyance that occurs in some cases (need to close things manually.) I
want to incorporate those changes before I recommend any further downloads.
Brian says the fixes work, and I have to trust him for a few days anyway,
since I have no way to test them myself.

Lastly, you' might find it more advantageous to attend the
win98.general_discussion group than this one. Lots more discussion going on
over there.

--

Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User

"Jim" wrote in message
...
Thank you Gary,
I tried the TZeditor on win98se with 2k and all critical updates; it is a
no
go. The application will not open in edit. The Microsoft kb? for win98 and
download which TZeditor to make the appropriate changes?

Sorry to have to write to you this way, I keep lossing the conversation in
that thread and am running out of time to search it. tia-maria




  #3  
Old February 24th 07, 04:11 AM posted to microsoft.public.win98.apps
Gary S. Terhune
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Posts: 1,846
Default ping-*-Gary Terhune

The updated EXE file have been uploaded. You can try them, now.

--

Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User

"Gary S. Terhune" wrote in message
...
My app has nothing to do with TZEdit. You simply run my app and follow the
instructions for finishing the change by changing the time zone and then
changing it back.

Note, there is a new version up that works much more simply, now. It's a
self-executing ZIP file (EXE file.) Try it again, read the instructions.
Part of the problem is when you asked about my app, other people started
talking about entirely different solutions having nothing to do with my
app. Once you've run my new EXE file, there's nothing more to do except
those follow-up steps of changing the time zone and then changing it back.
It's all in my instructions.

http://grystmill.com/articles/tz_update.htm

But wait until tomorrow morning. Brian A. has suggested a solution to a
minor annoyance that occurs in some cases (need to close things manually.)
I want to incorporate those changes before I recommend any further
downloads. Brian says the fixes work, and I have to trust him for a few
days anyway, since I have no way to test them myself.

Lastly, you' might find it more advantageous to attend the
win98.general_discussion group than this one. Lots more discussion going
on over there.

--

Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User

"Jim" wrote in message
...
Thank you Gary,
I tried the TZeditor on win98se with 2k and all critical updates; it is a
no
go. The application will not open in edit. The Microsoft kb? for win98
and
download which TZeditor to make the appropriate changes?

Sorry to have to write to you this way, I keep lossing the conversation
in
that thread and am running out of time to search it. tia-maria






  #4  
Old February 26th 07, 02:24 AM posted to microsoft.public.win98.apps
Jim
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Posts: 206
Default ping-*-Gary Terhune

cool...and thanks again!

"Gary S. Terhune" wrote in message
...
The updated EXE file have been uploaded. You can try them, now.

--

Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User

"Gary S. Terhune" wrote in message
...
My app has nothing to do with TZEdit. You simply run my app and follow

the
instructions for finishing the change by changing the time zone and then
changing it back.

Note, there is a new version up that works much more simply, now. It's a
self-executing ZIP file (EXE file.) Try it again, read the instructions.
Part of the problem is when you asked about my app, other people started
talking about entirely different solutions having nothing to do with my
app. Once you've run my new EXE file, there's nothing more to do except
those follow-up steps of changing the time zone and then changing it

back.
It's all in my instructions.

http://grystmill.com/articles/tz_update.htm

But wait until tomorrow morning. Brian A. has suggested a solution to a
minor annoyance that occurs in some cases (need to close things

manually.)
I want to incorporate those changes before I recommend any further
downloads. Brian says the fixes work, and I have to trust him for a few
days anyway, since I have no way to test them myself.

Lastly, you' might find it more advantageous to attend the
win98.general_discussion group than this one. Lots more discussion going
on over there.

--

Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User

"Jim" wrote in message
...
Thank you Gary,
I tried the TZeditor on win98se with 2k and all critical updates; it is

a
no
go. The application will not open in edit. The Microsoft kb? for win98
and
download which TZeditor to make the appropriate changes?

Sorry to have to write to you this way, I keep lossing the conversation
in
that thread and am running out of time to search it. tia-maria








  #5  
Old February 27th 07, 12:03 AM posted to microsoft.public.win98.apps
Jim
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Posts: 206
Default ping-*-Gary Terhune

Will this merge also change other DSTs in other countries that some of us
might not check manuelly, but may need down the road?

"Gary S. Terhune" wrote in message
...
The updated EXE file have been uploaded. You can try them, now.

--

Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User

"Gary S. Terhune" wrote in message
...
My app has nothing to do with TZEdit. You simply run my app and follow

the
instructions for finishing the change by changing the time zone and then
changing it back.

Note, there is a new version up that works much more simply, now. It's a
self-executing ZIP file (EXE file.) Try it again, read the instructions.
Part of the problem is when you asked about my app, other people started
talking about entirely different solutions having nothing to do with my
app. Once you've run my new EXE file, there's nothing more to do except
those follow-up steps of changing the time zone and then changing it

back.
It's all in my instructions.

http://grystmill.com/articles/tz_update.htm

But wait until tomorrow morning. Brian A. has suggested a solution to a
minor annoyance that occurs in some cases (need to close things

manually.)
I want to incorporate those changes before I recommend any further
downloads. Brian says the fixes work, and I have to trust him for a few
days anyway, since I have no way to test them myself.

Lastly, you' might find it more advantageous to attend the
win98.general_discussion group than this one. Lots more discussion going
on over there.

--

Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User

"Jim" wrote in message
...
Thank you Gary,
I tried the TZeditor on win98se with 2k and all critical updates; it is

a
no
go. The application will not open in edit. The Microsoft kb? for win98
and
download which TZeditor to make the appropriate changes?

Sorry to have to write to you this way, I keep lossing the conversation
in
that thread and am running out of time to search it. tia-maria








  #6  
Old March 1st 07, 12:38 AM posted to microsoft.public.win98.apps
Gary S. Terhune
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Posts: 147
Default ping-*-Gary Terhune

Yes, but some are set to change again next year, and the year after, and
after, etc. Not always the same ones, but every year there's changes. I'll
try to keep up, but....how long I can manage it is the question. I'll try to
make it a New Year's tradition.

--

Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User
www.grystmill.com

"Jim" wrote in message
...
Will this merge also change other DSTs in other countries that some of us
might not check manuelly, but may need down the road?

"Gary S. Terhune" wrote in message
...
The updated EXE file have been uploaded. You can try them, now.

--

Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User

"Gary S. Terhune" wrote in message
...
My app has nothing to do with TZEdit. You simply run my app and follow

the
instructions for finishing the change by changing the time zone and
then
changing it back.

Note, there is a new version up that works much more simply, now. It's
a
self-executing ZIP file (EXE file.) Try it again, read the
instructions.
Part of the problem is when you asked about my app, other people
started
talking about entirely different solutions having nothing to do with my
app. Once you've run my new EXE file, there's nothing more to do except
those follow-up steps of changing the time zone and then changing it

back.
It's all in my instructions.

http://grystmill.com/articles/tz_update.htm

But wait until tomorrow morning. Brian A. has suggested a solution to a
minor annoyance that occurs in some cases (need to close things

manually.)
I want to incorporate those changes before I recommend any further
downloads. Brian says the fixes work, and I have to trust him for a few
days anyway, since I have no way to test them myself.

Lastly, you' might find it more advantageous to attend the
win98.general_discussion group than this one. Lots more discussion
going
on over there.

--

Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User

"Jim" wrote in message
...
Thank you Gary,
I tried the TZeditor on win98se with 2k and all critical updates; it
is

a
no
go. The application will not open in edit. The Microsoft kb? for win98
and
download which TZeditor to make the appropriate changes?

Sorry to have to write to you this way, I keep lossing the
conversation
in
that thread and am running out of time to search it. tia-maria










  #7  
Old March 1st 07, 06:29 AM posted to microsoft.public.win98.apps
Jim
External Usenet User
 
Posts: 206
Default ping-*-Gary Terhune

I finally found an editor that will work on win98. So I will be able to make
those changes if needed. I also marked your website for future reference on
this topic. Thanks again!
http://www.softshape.com/cham/manual/tzedit.htm

"Gary S. Terhune" wrote in message
...
Yes, but some are set to change again next year, and the year after, and
after, etc. Not always the same ones, but every year there's changes. I'll
try to keep up, but....how long I can manage it is the question. I'll try

to
make it a New Year's tradition.

--

Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User
www.grystmill.com

"Jim" wrote in message
...
Will this merge also change other DSTs in other countries that some of

us
might not check manuelly, but may need down the road?

"Gary S. Terhune" wrote in message
...
The updated EXE file have been uploaded. You can try them, now.

--

Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User

"Gary S. Terhune" wrote in message
...
My app has nothing to do with TZEdit. You simply run my app and

follow
the
instructions for finishing the change by changing the time zone and
then
changing it back.

Note, there is a new version up that works much more simply, now.

It's
a
self-executing ZIP file (EXE file.) Try it again, read the
instructions.
Part of the problem is when you asked about my app, other people
started
talking about entirely different solutions having nothing to do with

my
app. Once you've run my new EXE file, there's nothing more to do

except
those follow-up steps of changing the time zone and then changing it

back.
It's all in my instructions.

http://grystmill.com/articles/tz_update.htm

But wait until tomorrow morning. Brian A. has suggested a solution to

a
minor annoyance that occurs in some cases (need to close things

manually.)
I want to incorporate those changes before I recommend any further
downloads. Brian says the fixes work, and I have to trust him for a

few
days anyway, since I have no way to test them myself.

Lastly, you' might find it more advantageous to attend the
win98.general_discussion group than this one. Lots more discussion
going
on over there.

--

Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User

"Jim" wrote in message
...
Thank you Gary,
I tried the TZeditor on win98se with 2k and all critical updates; it
is

a
no
go. The application will not open in edit. The Microsoft kb? for

win98
and
download which TZeditor to make the appropriate changes?

Sorry to have to write to you this way, I keep lossing the
conversation
in
that thread and am running out of time to search it. tia-maria












 




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