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Time line on map not corresponding with plus/minus hours box.

The World map on the watchface has a time line on it. In the ''world time'' mode, for example, the map shows the time line through New Zealand, with the three letter code ''WLG'' for Wellington, which is correct. But in the ''Home Time'' box it displays +9, instead of the correct +12 (ignore daylight saving).

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I don't know. I gave it to a 15 year old, and it was sorted in 10 minutes! Thanks.

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