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    Time Zone daylight savings issue

    HI there, I recently bought a new desktop running Windows 10. I got all data moved over from on older Windows 7 machine. As year end approaches I started looking at some of my trades and noticed what I believe to be a timezone issue.

    The chart is showing a time one hour earlier for dates prior to daylight savings in November.

    I have attached images of
    my session template,
    my windows 10 time settings
    a chart with the display of a 10 minute chart indicating Oct 30 open bar of 8:10
    a chart with the display of a 10 minute chart indicating Nov 2 open bar at 9:10

    Anyone see anything causing this issue? I also went back to march and found the same issue. Pre daylight savings has the 9:10 stamp

    I am not located in the EST timezone but have had my computer set to EST for years for trading and Ninja purposes I am in the Arizona timezone(no daylight savings observed) is there some location recognition that might be causing this?

    Any help truly appreciated!
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    #2
    Hello stalt,

    Just to confirm your local PC clock is set to Eastern time, is this correct?

    May I confirm that the Adjust for daylight savings time automatically is enabled on this computer in the Date and Time settings?

    If you right-click the chart and select Reload All Historical Data, does this correct the chart?
    Chelsea B.NinjaTrader Customer Service

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      #3
      PC Clock is set to Eastern
      Adjust for daylight savings time automatically is enabled Tried reloading all historical data.
      Issue still exists

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        #4
        Originally posted by stalt View Post
        PC Clock is set to Eastern
        Adjust for daylight savings time automatically is enabled Tried reloading all historical data.
        Issue still exists
        Hmm. Just tried reloading again and it seems to be ok. I will review bars around a few historical daylight savings dates and see if it is corrected.

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          #5
          I just ran a backtest and have the same issue there. All daylight savings dates are entering at 8:00 am and not 9:00 am.

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            #6
            Hi stalt,

            I'd like to take a look with you.

            Please send an email to platformsupport [at] ninjatrader [dot] com. In the email please include a link to this forum thread.
            Chelsea B.NinjaTrader Customer Service

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              #7
              I have the same problem. Have you ever solved it?

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                #8
                Hello giulyko00,

                Thank you for your post.

                Unfortunately, I wasn't able to find a solution.
                NinjaTrader 7 is no longer receiving regular updates, and we are limited in the amount of support and features we can offer.
                Please ensure that you are using version 7.0.1000.43 of NinjaTrader, or consider upgrading to the latest version of NinjaTrader Desktop.

                Thank you for using NinjaTrader.
                Eduardo R.NinjaTrader Customer Service

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                  #9
                  1. Check Timezone Settings:
                  • Open the Settings app (Windows Key + I)
                  • Go to "Time & Language"
                  • Under "Date & time" make sure:
                    • "Set time zone automatically" is off
                    • The correct time zone for your location is selected
                  1. Verify Automatic Time Synchronization:
                  • In the same "Time & Language" section
                  • Look under "Date & time" for "Set time automatically"
                  • This can be on, as long as "Set time zone automatically" is off.
                  • Automatic time sync ensures your clock stays accurate but won't adjust your zone in Visitnhatrang.

                  If those settings look good, the next step is to see if the timezone issue is with how the data was transferred from your Windows 7 machine. Did you use a specific program or method for transferring the data? Knowing that might help pinpoint if timestamps were converted during the transfer process.
                  ​

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