AccuRender nXt

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Will function in the red box under what circumstances to use, and how to use, I tested three times under the sun's angle and height just undergone little change, others do not see the changes come, Please advise, thank you.

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It switches the time from standard time to daylight savings time-- basically adds one hour to the time zone.  For example, here in Seattle and standard time zone is -8 UTC.  During daylight savings time we are -7 UTC.  As I understand it, in China, daylight savings time is not used.

OK,THANKS.

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  COMPARE THIS FILES (FILE 1A AND FILE 1 A WITH....

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FILE 2A AND 2 A ..... CAN YOU SEE THE DIFERENT.... JUST PLAY WITH IT.... AND ENJOY..!!

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i don't understand this one. Why should one put the sun under the horizon?

Nobody needs to put the sun under the horizon. Let there be sunshine all day long! :D

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06X5HYynP5E

PLAY WITH IT.... MAKE A COMPARISON.... SO YOU UNDERSTOOD..???

SEE THE CHANGES..???

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