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You can choose the year, month, day, hour, minute and even the second at which your event begins.
Name changed to OSTimer
Added a full language file with every bit translatable
Added Module Class suffix
Added an option to change the color of the number
Added options to translate days, hr., min., and sec.
Added an option to change the date format to US or International
You're welcome! :-)
Also, no need to modify the helper.php file. We've now added an option in the backend to change the date format :-)
As mentioned before, you can't add a suffix, which is to bad, solution had also ben posted. I'm lucky that the style is fits perfectly with my template.
I also have an issue with running 2 countdowns at the same time, the timers will only display 1 countdown of the hours/minutes/seconds. But that isn't a big problem, considering all other countdown modules have the same problem or worse.
The module class suffix has been fixed in version 2.5.0 :-)
I altered the code to make this work for anyone else who needs to do this do the following.
delete the following
get('moduleclass_sfx'); ?> from line 3 of modules/mod_countdown/tmpl/default.php
to line 21 (make a space don't paste over anything else) of modules/mod_countdown/mod_countdown.xml
I tried all the countdown modules this one is definately the best by far!
Glad you caught that! It has been fixed in version 2.5.0. :-)