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Problems Observed When Publishing Posts With Changed Dates

Recently, we've seen reports, in Blogger Help Forum: Something Is Broken about some oddities observed when publishing posts with changed dates.
I back dated a post, but it won't publish.
or
I published a post with a scheduled date, and it has already published.

What's going on here? If you're observing this problem, please try and help us diagnose its spread.
  • What date / time format is the blog set to?
  • What time zone is the blog set to?
  • What date / time format is the computer, where you setup the blog, set to?
  • What date / time format is the computer, where you published the post, set to?
  • What time zone is the computer, where you setup the blog, set to?
  • What time zone is the computer, where you published the post, set to?
  • What language is the blog published in?
  • What language is the computer, from where you published the scheduled post, set to?
  • Are the two computers - used for setting up the blog, and used for publishing the post, the same?
  • What browser did you use, when setting up the blog, and when publishing the posts?
Be as generous, and as precise as possible, and help us to see if there is an affinity to this problem. And subscribe to the comments feed for this post, to keep up with ongoing developments.

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Quiana said…
Thank you for replying with your post to my question on Blogger. Here are the answers:

* What date / time format is the blog set to? May 6, 2010, EST
* What time zone is the blog set to? EST
* What date / time format is the computer, where you setup the blog, set to? May 6, 2010, EST
* What date / time format is the computer, where you published the post, set to? May 6, 2010 EST (same computer as the one the blog set up on)
* What time zone is the computer, where you setup the blog, set to? EST
* What time zone is the computer, where you published the post, set to? EST (same as set up computer)
* Are the two computers - used for setting up the blog, and used for publishing the post, the same? No, same computer
* What browser did you use, when setting up the blog, and when publishing the posts? When I initially set up the blog I used IE8 last year but switched to Firefox this year; I've published before using the scheduler in Firefox without any troubles before
Anonymous said…
What date / time format is the blog set to? Sunday, August 15, 2010 12 hour
What time zone is the blog set to? (gmt-8:00) Pacific Time
What date / time format is the computer, where you setup the blog, set to? Sunday, ‎August ‎15, ‎2010 - 12 hour
What date / time format is the computer, where you published the post, set to? Sunday, ‎August ‎15, ‎2010 12 hour
What time zone is the computer, where you setup the blog, set to? (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
What time zone is the computer, where you published the post, set to? (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
What language is the blog published in? English
What language is the computer, from where you published the scheduled post, set to? English
Are the two computers - used for setting up the blog, and used for publishing the post, the same? YES
What browser did you use, when setting up the blog, and when publishing the posts? IE

My Issue is the post shows scheduled for a future date (which I always check), but then never posts and the "scheduled" has been changed to "draft". I recently began using Blogger in Draft as my dashboard and since then the issue has been happening. I never had the problem in the regular dashboard.

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