[Timezones bug] Library Years off?

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I don't know if it's a glitch, but for some time now my library (Funkafonik) has two "2004" years and no more "2016", everything new is recorded under 2015...
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Jon, Community & Customer Services

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Hi,

Is this your library? It looks normal at the moment, are you still seeing this issue?

Have you updated your timezone settings?  This might one of the known display issues James referred to in last week's update.  It should be fixed soon.
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Sharon K

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Hi Jon, I tried resetting the time zone back to my time and I see it's still not working. Had to set it back to UTC again. Any idea when it might get fixed?  Thanks.
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Same problem for me. I have two "2009" and everything is one year behind ending what should be 2016 under 2015 now. See image -
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garynotrashcoug

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Same for me.

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Laura Last.fm, Official Rep

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This can happen when you've set a timezone in your website settings. You'll see correct timestamps for your scrobbles, but the graph will be off. This is a known issue that we're planning to fix.

Meanwhile, you can set your timezone back to UTC to not see the broken looking graph, but then you'll also see the default timestamps. Hope this helps!

Cheers,
Laura
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garynotrashcoug

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Thanks Laura. Tried that and it works!
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Larks007

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Thanks!
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IHVAHN .

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Hello, I have the same problem (Profile IRL174099) so I had to put my timezone again in UTC. I Hope you can fix this problem soon..
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Yep, I was wondering this myself. All my most scrobbles of all time are 2016 but shown in 2015 instead. Now all my scrobbles in 2017 are as 2016. That is not good. Username not this one, but utahman1971. That is the one I am using and closed the other account. I originally started with utahman1971, and decide to use that one.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Duplicate years in Listening History.

I'm a user since 2010 and, as you can see in the capture below, 2010 is listed twice, though the scrobble count for the second line belongs to 2011 and so on (2011 belongs to 2012, etc). Super minor, but still
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled 2016 is missing from my listening history username selena1995.

I just notice that 2016 listening history isn't on my page and I have two 2008 years. My username is Selena1995. Thanks in advance 
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From Official Response 4 weeks ago:

This can happen when you've set a timezone in your website settings. You'll see correct timestamps for your scrobbles, but the graph will be off. This is a known issue that we're planning to fix.

Meanwhile, you can set your timezone back to UTC to not see the broken looking graph, but then you'll also see the default timestamps. Hope this helps!
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Yes, this is a bit annoying. Please fix soon ... it has been like this for months. I love those listening history charts, and this bug is raising my blood pressure every time I look at them :) It's not just years, but every time range filter is offset by 1, as evidence by a few example screenshots below (taken today, January 27, 2017). Also note the duplicate months  in the "Last 180 days" and "Last 365 days" charts. 





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itsgbitch

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Yeah, same here. 2017 scrobbles are counting as 2016. lol

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Fabrício Goulart

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled My scrobbles are 1 day, 1 month and 1 year late.

Since November 2016, my scrobbles aren't related on the day, month and year as they should. 

For example:
 


My new 2017 scrobbles are counting now as 2016 scrobbles and you can see two bars with the same year (2013).

User: fabricio_g1998

Please, fix that to me.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Months on Listening History graph not displaying correctly.

When I'm viewing my charts, the months on the Listening History graph (top right of page) are all wrong.  My charts for last year start with January 2016 (correct) then continue with 11 other months - January through November.  So January is listed twice (with the second one actually representing February's scrobbles), every subsequent month is also off by one, and December isn't even listed.  In looking at the daily scrobbles, it looks like the root of the problem is that every month is considered to have started on the last day of the previous month.  So for instance, the first day of December 2016 was Nov 30, which is why it's being listed as November.  Every month is one day off, causing it to be listed as the wrong month.  This includes Dec 31 2016 - it is being included in my Jan 2017 chart, and the months are all wrong from there.
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thejebber

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It's getting stranger. Please fix this bug.
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andresro14

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I just realized of this bug Today. 
Pease fix it!
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Jon, Community & Customer Services

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Official Response
A fix is currently in development -- the main problem has been addressed, we're now adding support for local daylight savings time.  I don't know if it'll be ready in time for the next site update, or the following one, but it should be resolved soon. Thanks for your patience in the meantime.  
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Sharon K

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Sounds great Jon! Thanks for keeping us up to date about this particular problem.
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rotane

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Sounds great indeed! Be sure to check for iPhone scrobbling, since i'm getting plenty of duplicates for a few weeks now, spread apart 1 hour. Smells like this could be related to daylight saving time...
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Date Issues.

So when you look at April 2017 in the library, it is showing the 31st March as being part of April? Is this a bug or something I need to change?

I have also noticed in last week's "Last.week" feature it is missing a day off, and 30th March isn't counted. Again, is this a bug being looked into?
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We believe this issue is now fixed.

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