i am using this url to show a fabrik list with prefilled filters. https://testlocation.skyrun.com/sky...eservations___Arrival_Date[condition]=BETWEEN i use 'today' because it's on a menu item for 'Today's Arrivals'. (that's my use-case for wanting 'today' to work, so i can have a menu item that pre-fills in todays date). i would like for 'today' to be based on joomla's timezone setting for the joomla it's running on. however it seems as if fabrik interprets 'today' as UTC/GMT today. this behaviour seems to have changed in the last 2-3 months (my users report... i hadn't noticed). it changed so that when they use the link above it shows the day at UTC. Meaning at 5pm MT, it switches to showing tomorrow. (ie a day that won't arrive here for 7 more hours). Does this no matter the joomla tz setting, server/linux tz setting or mysql db tz setting (which are all mountain time). i know 'today' was supported in v2 fabrik, but i think not initially in v3 fabrik. perhaps someone added support, but is using php's gmdate vs. date? i can see using gmdate if the date element being interpreted has 'UTC' selected, but i have selected 'local time' for my date element, so i would want 'today' to be the current day for the tz joomla it's running on. perhaps this article helps: https://compojoom.com/blog/entry/how-to-use-jdate * i have joomla/fabrik sites running in 5 different time zones on my server, so we must use the joomla timezone which is set for each vs. the 'server timezone' for storing our dates.