dtDate: new Date(),
to a date adjusted for your city's offset.
Bogotá is gmt -5, so we can set it like this
dtDate: new Date(+new Date() + (new Date().getTimezoneOffset()* 1000 * 60) - (1000*60*60* 5 )) ,
where the red number is the offset you want to adjust.
what's going on here?
we take the local time, adjust for the GMT offset to find zulu time, then adjust back the other way to the needed city's GMT offset.
this gives us a date that is not actually current as it's run locally, but when visually displayed, it shows the correct time for the specified city.
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