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I have downloaded this plugin and found it to be an excellent well written piece of software, easy to install and configure, but one issue is that I cannot use the module suffix class, nor will the plugin use the template default fonts. This I expect will prevent me from using the plugin and also may preclude others from using it, if it breaks the design standards. But that is the only issue I have and I do express my gratitude to the author for providing an excellent piece of software,
In addition, all the module parameters where also easy to configure, either for 1 zone or for all 10 zones. We did not find any problems with parameters configuration.
We are using "Time Zone Clock" on our site to display our visitors the time and location that is on different continents and the reason is so that they can more efficiently manage their time to communicate with each other more faster.
The module graphics is very clear and simple to use by almost any user, user friendly application.
In my opinion, I believe that the most valuable feature of "Time Zone Clock" is that it displays the correct time for you as it is synchronized time with your server time.
I recommend others to use "Time Zone Clock" on their websites as I believe that it also looks very professional, I like grey-white combination with red title.
Best Wishes to your further developent as version 3.9.2 was worthed !!!
There is however one feature which I would like to see, the ability to set font size/color/family separately for the time and the text. This would allow one to for example create a digital clock "face" out of the time by making it much larger with for example a black background color and white font color. I tried to do this myself but with no experience with any code besides html/css I fell short of my goal.
The solution? Copied lines 518-529 from mod_tx_clock.php and replaced the line(s)
in ECB ER code with it. The only editing I had to do was change "func" (two instances) to "func1", "oldonload" (two instances) to "oldonload1", and "RunTZclock" to "RunEXRate". Now both modules load perfectly.
I suppose this works for any module which uses window.onload !
I guess your fix in the latest version works if TZClock appears after another window.onload module, but not before?
I did modify the php file to remove the padding since I wanted the timezones to show up in a horizontal line just like normal text with no extra space above/below.
Personally, I don't use all the different time zones, but use it as a simple clock to show visitors the time at the location of the web site. This is very useful if you don't want people from overseas telephoning you out of hours!
The great thing about Time Zone Clock is that it doesn't rely on your computer clock, so it doesn't matter what the time your computer thinks it is - it will always show the correct time.
The module is very clean and neat - no bells or whistles or annoying Flash graphics - just a straightforward, easy-to-install clock that can simply and successfully be used for a number of purposes.
Do anyone have a soulution to this?
What version are you running?
If you allow to translate the weekday name that will be better.
If display time with Analog clock this will be perfect.
I'll work on a version to allow translation.
Analog clocks are problematic because they have to be calculated and are much slower.
There seems to be a common misconception that BST (British summer time) is the same as GMT and thus all the settings in this component are off by 1 hour during the summer time although this doesn't matter if you are using it from the U.K. or any other "normal" country that uses DST but for me it was a bit strange to configure (I live in Iceland which is always GMT without DST).
A nice update would be to change the header and color scheme from the component itself and maybe make it possible to put in more than 10 clocks.
I would also much prefer this as a component.
Thanks though it did the trick :)