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using graphic program concplot in a linux machine to create graphics. Need extra local time stamp on graphic

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I using graphic program concplot in a linux machine to create graphics. Need extra local time stamp on graphic which currently only displayes UTC time for each output gif image.
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At a guess there must be a switch to determine which time is used. But finding no documentation about the program I can't say which. Are you sure that the program is called "concplot".
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I contacted the creator of the program and we are working to resolve the issue. Thanks.
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