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Old 02-10-06, 11:31 AM
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Multiple Clocks on Windows Desktop - World Clock Display?

Hi All,

I'm looking for some type of freeware (hopefully) that will cleanly display multiple clocks in my task bar that shows what city it is for. Something with 2 or more clocks would be perfect.

Ideally it would be free and not be a memory hog.

Thanks
Old 02-10-06, 12:24 PM
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Qlock has a lite version that is free:
http://www.qlock.com/

zonetick sounds more like what you're looking for but could not find a free version:
http://www.zonetick.com/cms/index.htm
Old 02-10-06, 03:24 PM
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if you always have your Firefox running, you can get Foxclocks extension (which displays multiple clocks in Firefox's sttus bar):
http://www.stemhaus.com/firefox/foxclocks/
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is there any program that will seamlessly integrate with the windows sys tray?
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another possibility
http://www.theuds.com/instanttimezone.php?lang=EN
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Thank you for the responses. HN, ZoneTick is exactly what I was looking for - I'll use it for a while, but I'm probably going to buy it - thank you again all!
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try yahoo widgets
http://widgets.yahoo.com/
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I use Chameleon clock for displaying any number of time zones in a desktop tooltip. (download from www.softshape.com/cham)

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