Usually if you get a date in the future that indicates your computer's clock is off. Try syncing it with an Internet time server in the date and time dialog. I agree, 0 seconds needs to be replaced with now.
On 1/24/2014 1:04 PM, Chris G wrote:
I'd like to make a suggestion when a timeline is auto read and you are set to relative date. If the time is in the future or 0 seconds, omit speaking it as it sounds weird.
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