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    Disable the daylight saving time in HWQS

    We have a project using QSM (QSM2-4W-C) in the system, so i have to create the program and choose USA, Canada or Mexico as the country to have the same QSM in the program as what we are using in the project, but the problem is when i choose one of those country it have daylight saving time (DST) and automatically enabled/checked. i do not want to used the DST, but the program not allow me to disable/uncheck it.

    any advice how to disable/uncheck the DST ?

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    I believe if you create a new city after defining your country and can enable DST as part of the city settings.

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    Hi BradKas,

    I know that, but if i do not need DST, how to disable/uncheck DST ? because i tried so many country that using QSM2-4W-C but they all have DST and can not to be disabled.

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    I just tried in the software (8.0).

    You can create a new city by pressing 'Add Custom City'. A set of fields pops up to define the parameters of the city, and you can enable or disable DST settings.

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    In Tools->Project Settings-> Location tab you can enable or disable the DST option.

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