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Old 12-31-2009, 09:16 PM
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Default Avid time or Digi time?

Are the web installers for 8.0.3 going to ready on Avid time (EST) or Digi time (PST)? It's logical that since the installers are going to be in our new Avid accounts that it would be Avid time. If so, thats only 45 Minutes left this month!
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