Our race has a flash countdown, which counts down the days, hours, minutes and seconds until the start of our race. When the countdown reaches 0, there's a gotoAndStop function which takes the user to a new frame where it turns into a race clock, giving an indication of how long the race has been in progress (in days, hours, minutes, seconds and tenths of a second). The race has a 46hr cutoff. At this point, there's a gotoAndStop function which takes viewers to a new frame where I can write a message (Currently something like "The race is over - see you next year). See it in action here: [url removed, login to view] It works pretty much as I'd like except for the fact that it doesn't accomodate different time zones. Our race is on the east coast of Australia during daylight savings period (AEDT). However, I'd like the countdown and the clock to read the same regardless of what time zone the user is in. Ie: If two users in any two parts of the world log on to the webpage with 30 minutes to go until race start, they should both see the countdown reading 30 days, 00 mins, 00 secs until race start. Similarly, if those two people log in at the same time, 1 day , 1hr and 45 minutes after the race start, they should both see the clock reading 01:01:45:00:00 with the time incrementing in tenths of a second. So that's what I'm looking for - someone to tweak it so it gives an accurate reading to visitors to our website, regardless of what time zone they're in. Cheers, Dave
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