Flash time zone detection
I need help trying to make a clock in Flash that shows the time in Torino, Italy, and then the time in the Atlantic, Central, mountain, and pacific time zones.
The problem is that when I use the get Time functions in Flash (minutes, seconds, hours, etc.), it's all dependent on where the person is. If someone is in L.A, Torino is 9 hours ahead but if they are in D.C, it's only 6 hours ahead.
So how do I make this clock detect where a person is, then be smart enough to say, "ok, now I need to add so many hours to the time to show the correct time in Torino"?
Thanks in advance,
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