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Old Mar 22, 2009, 02:10 PM   #1
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NSDatePicker, binding and timezone problem

I have NSDatePicker's value binded to NSDate property. My local time is GMT +6 and it's so set on my mac.
The problem is that NSDatePicker shows time with added GMT. I mean if a date to which it bind to is 1 jan 2000 12:00, then it shows 1 jan 2000 18:00! Even if I set NSDatePicker's time zone to GMT!
Is it normal?
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