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    I turned on the computer and started working on things. I didn't notice the time wasn't updated. An hour or so later the time automatically synced to the right time due to daylight savings and I didn't think anything of it until now when I looked at ManicTime and can see that there is time overlapping during that period.

    I can delete the computer usage time but the applications and documents are still overlapping. I'm sure autotags would be overlapping too if I had more of those today.

    I guess I can just tag them twice but why is this still an issue after 4 years? It seems like it wouldn't be that hard at all to just store all things in UTC and display them in whatever local time I use in the client. I'm not even using the server, just the Windows desktop client anyway.

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