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Tarun

Clock in timedate.cpl

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On the Date & Time tab, wasn't this at one time updated for a better looking clock, or did this cause issues? I searched before posting on this and found talk of a similar thing, but wanted to clarify. Perhaps it could be patched again without issues, if that is why it isn't patched now?

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I think there was a major issue with it. I forgot why but it was a big hassle.

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I was thinking someone could find a nice looking clock and embed it into a new cpl...

But then it needs to be tied in with the system so you can change the clock...

I see the hassle, but a new clock would be loooovvvely!

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LClock doesnt change the Analogue clock in timedate.cpl (aka double click the clock in system tray and up pops a window, thats timedate.cpl)

Here is the XPized timedate.cpl if anyone wants... just manually replace :)

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Doesn't seem buggy to me.

But doesn't look very smooth, and doesn't tie in with the xpize theme very well.

Still very interesting to see where the image needs to be changed.

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How about this... Try the timedate.cpl from vista :)

Vista TimeDate.CPL

EDIT: Nope

BUT, here is an idea, somehow get the graphics from the vista TimeDate.CPL clock and pop it in... It looks nice :D

Edited by undeadsoldier

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