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Old 02-13-2008, 06:27 PM   #1
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Unhappy How can i display 6 time zones in the system clock? (lower right of the screen)


Hi! everybody

I remember seing a pop pup when a pass the mouse over the system clock at the lower right of the screen that show me the time in the diferent time zones that i check in the timezones configuration window for the clock (I have 6 time zones included mine), but I don't see it any more how can i get it back? any ideas?

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Old 02-14-2008, 09:22 AM   #2
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Right click on the clock and select "Configure Clock", then the "Timezones" tab. Select the timezones you want from the tree, and click "OK".
 
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Right click on the clock and select "Configure Clock", then the "Timezones" tab. Select the timezones you want from the tree, and click "OK".
Yes, I done that but I do not see the pop up with the times of the diferent timezones that i check when I hover my mouse over the system clock (lower right corner). my question is how can I get back the pop up to display all the time zones that I check? Any Ideas?

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Old 02-15-2008, 11:43 AM   #4
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Okay, I think I found it. I right click the panel and select configure panel and then select appearance icon on the left and check enable icon mouseover effects and click ok. It now works, but it dessapears to fast for me to process the times, how can i change the delay until goes away or even better how can configure it to stay up until I move the mouse away from it? any ideas?

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