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Old 11-26-2003, 01:05 PM   #1
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international clock (multi-view)


Does anyone know of an international clock for Linux? I'm looking for an app that simulates the stereotypical "news bureau" multi-clock display, where I can display two or more separate clocks that show a different time zone's time simultaneously?

I know I can set my KDE or GNOME time zone whenever I want to. I'm looking for something I can leave up on my desktop that I can set once and display multiple times at the same time.

Thanks,
Alex
 
  


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