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Even if every user can change his time zone himself in the user settings, BlueSpice sets the default time zone "Europe/Berlin" when the user first logs in. This document describes how to change this if necessary.

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Changing the Time Zone

Copy the file <installpath-bluespice>/settings.d/001-DefaultSettings.php to <installpath-bluespice>/settings.d/001-DefaultSettings.local.php and open it. In delivery stat, you can find these two lines there:

$wgLocaltimezone = 'Europe/Berlin';
$wgDefaultUserOptions['timecorrection'] = 'ZoneInfo|' . (date("I") ? 120 : 60) . '|Europe/Berlin';

Replace "Europe / Berlin" with your time zone. An overview of all possible time zones can be found in the official PHP documentation.
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