App: Clock Advanced

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Afficher l'heure avec une horloge Digitale ou Analogique. On peut également afficher 2 fuseaux horaires et paramétrer l'apparence de l'horloge (Couleur, Taille, affichage ou non de la date). Plusieurs modèles (pour l'instant 2) d'horloge viendront au fur et à mesure des versions. Allez sur [http://www.eclaireur.net] pour plus de modules *** Full customizable clock (colors, size, skins, digital or analogic clock, date). You can also add 2 timezones and apply a skin (for now we have 2 skins available)

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45 comments

1 | Posted by doubleclic92 | 01/06/2008 17:51:13
surper, mais un problème avec l'heure d'été qui ne fonctionne pas y a t'il une mise à jour !!! doubleclic92@gmail.com
2 | Posted by pierrearjalies | 31/05/2008 21:09:19
Exactement... Ce que je voulais au point de vue Heures. Pierre ARJALIES
3 | Posted by kaurjmeb | 07/12/2007 8:33:34
Text don't support Chinese characters.
4 | Posted by puydc-netvibes | 28/11/2007 22:09:38
Hi, Thanks for this convenient tool. I have a bug with Adelaide Time (+9H30). It shows 6H00 when it's 7H00.... I checked on several computers, it must come from the Widget. Maybe because time change (twice a year). Thanks already for this wonderful tool. Good luck !
5 | Posted by borne.e | 28/10/2007 21:44:21
Hum Problem apparently linked to MS operating system (am running on XP). Did microsoft clock bug on anybody's computer?
6 | Posted by borne.e | 28/10/2007 16:10:29
Bjr, Bravo pour ce module bien conçu et assez design. Cependant :-).... J'ai un souci avec l'heure/date affichée. Il est 16h à Paris, dimanche 28 oct. Hors l'heure affichée pour GMT +1 est 4h (am j'ai vérifié) et la date est celle du lundi 29 oct. 12h de décalage. idem avec l'heure de chicago que j'ai affichée aussi. (21h au lieu de 9h) Any explanation? Merci pour le feedback
7 | Posted by jmpcomputer | 27/10/2007 12:44:40
L'option "Heure d'été" ne fonctionne pas chez moi. Je suis sous Vista et j'utilise la dernière version de Firefox. Heureusement, nous passons cette nuit à l'heure d'hiver...
8 | Posted by jtruchon | 30/09/2007 20:59:09
David; There still seems to be a day-light-saving time issue. Also, any chance of adding the local time (default) to the second and third clocks? Thanks for the great widget
9 | Posted by guest | 23/08/2007 10:18:13 | Delete
Même problème que le post précédent; l'heure d'été ne fonctionne pas correctement: il faut passer à GMT+2 pour Paris ou à GMT-5 pour Chicago (CT)avec Heure d'été à Non !
10 | Posted by guest | 20/08/2007 23:05:20 | Delete
Oh là là, il y a un problème avec l'heure d'été!! Je suis à Paris, et pour qu'il m'affiche la bonne heure, je suis obligée de régler GMT+2!! Sinon, c'est très joli et très fonctionnel.
11 | Posted by guest | 29/06/2007 16:35:39 | Delete
Any changes I make to the config (changing time zones, language etc.) are not saved - anybody else got this problem?
12 | Posted by guest | 24/06/2007 19:54:31 | Delete
Originally posted by a7knight: "However, here's the problem: that clock is always on top of everything in the page, though it's not supposed to be. It's on top of the settings box, the rss feed reader, etc, so I can't read anything under your clock module." Same here, with Opera and Firefox. Makes this otherwise terrific module completely useless, unfortunately.
13 | Posted by guest | 13/06/2007 4:00:56 | Delete
similar issue as others in US with times being off, even when selecting Daylight Savings option. toggling this switch does not appear to actually change the time at all. otherwise, this is really a nice clock. best there is. just one little tweak...
14 | Posted by guest | 28/05/2007 5:07:25 | Delete
Bug sur l'affichage, le module reste avant-plan et gène l'affichage des feeds et de certains menus... a resoudre sinon super job!
15 | Posted by guest | 12/05/2007 11:40:32 | Delete
Je suis sous Mozilla et le module ne s'affiche pas. cà marque : Problems with your flash... Par contre, je n'ai aucun souci sous Firefox ou sous IE, sur le même PC... A l'aide! Merci
16 | Posted by guest | 10/05/2007 17:23:02 | Delete
This looked good, but I'm also having problems with daylight savings time. No setting appears to correct, it's always an hour off for PST and EST times that I use.
17 | Posted by guest | 10/05/2007 6:24:57 | Delete
The time appears to be off by an hour for my time zone (US Central Time). I have tried with Daylight Savings turned on and off, and the time remains an hour behind.
18 | Posted by api5376561450e8a | 10/05/2007 2:13:51
The time is off by 1. If I select use local time it works...but only when daylight savings time is turned off. Problem is Daylight Savings is on now... too bad i did like it.
19 | Posted by guest | 07/05/2007 10:47:05 | Delete
Hi I really like the widget. I have a problem with Daylight saving though. I am displaying 3 time zones: Local (London), Moscow (GMT+3), PST (GMT-8). If I set daylight saving as off then: computer time = 09:45, Local = 09:45, Moscow = 11:45, PST = 0:45. So, Moscow and PST are 1hr less than they should be. If I set daylight saving to on then: computer time = 09:45, Local = 10:45, Moscow = 11:45, PST = 0:45. So now local is wrong as well as Moscow and PST.
20 | Posted by api555d5ac755fe2 | 06/05/2007 23:08:09
Yes, great clock, but it is one hour behind for GMT -8 (PST)
21 | Posted by guest | 28/04/2007 18:10:07 | Delete
Daylight savings has no effect on time whether checked or not. Time shown, therefore, is still one hour behind here where daylight savings is in effect..
22 | Posted by guest | 04/04/2007 0:36:55 | Delete
I love the clock. However, the times are behind by one hour. Local time is incorrect and if I use just Eastern Time, it is 1 hour behind. I checked and it is the same for the other US time zones. Not sure where local time is coming from.
23 | Posted by guest | 03/04/2007 15:49:33 | Delete
en fait l'heure d'été marche, mais que pour local time. or je me trouve en écosse en heure d'été...
24 | Posted by guest | 03/04/2007 15:48:05 | Delete
oui le passage à l'heure d'été n'est pas fonctionnel... et si quelqu'un trouve la solution à cet objet flash qui reste en avant-plan (z-index?), ça serait génial :)
25 | Posted by guest | 29/03/2007 18:59:06 | Delete
Voici 2 bugs rencontrés : - La frame horaire reste en avant-plan, ce qui gène la lecture des feeds. - Le paramétrage "heure d'été" ne fonctionne pas correctement (testé avec fuseau Paris)
26 | Posted by guest | 27/03/2007 23:40:24 | Delete
if you have it set to English, digital, show dates, 12 hour date format the AM/PM is overwriting the date text with 4 digit times. Even with 3 digit times it is too crowded. Love this clock
27 | Posted by api53bb0ccd96133 | 21/03/2007 16:20:34
Bonjour à tous, Voila les quelques nouveautés : vous pouvez ajouter le nom que vous voulez pour les fuseaux horaires et vous avez la possibilité de mettre l'heure d'été sur l'heure locale. --------------------------------------- Thanks for the feedbacks, and now here's some updates. Now you can control the daylight on the local time if you want and you can choose a specific name for each timezone (city or country).
28 | Posted by guest | 13/03/2007 16:29:40 | Delete
Is there any way to update this for the recent Daylight Savings Time change in the United States?
29 | Posted by guest | 13/03/2007 5:31:53 | Delete
I'm diggin' the clock ... but I have a problem. The clock has the default appearance, because I seem to like that best, and it's working fine. However, here's the problem: that clock is always on top of everything in the page, though it's not supposed to be. It's on top of the settings box, the rss feed reader, etc, so I can't read anything under your clock module. That's the best I can explain it ... hopefully you understand. I've tried other Flash clock modules on my Netvibes page and they do not have that issue. So I believe the problem lies with your clock. I like your clock the best, however -- so I don't want to switch. (PS ... I'm using Firefox, if that makes any difference.) Keep up the good work.
30 | Posted by guest | 04/03/2007 3:10:52 | Delete
Bonjour, Bravo pour ce module! C'est joli et très pratique. Je l'adopte! Deux requêtes néanmoins : 1- comme Mike, pouvoir choisir des villes comme New York et Paris serait vraiment beaucoup mieux que des zones; 2- pouvoir choisir des tailles plus petites pour la version digitale (numerique) serait bienvenu. Merci.
31 | Posted by guest | 19/02/2007 8:00:36 | Delete
Is there anyway to get city names, like you have in your sample? I'd prefer to have that rather than time zone names...
32 | Posted by api53bb0ccd96133 | 12/02/2007 11:38:11
I fixed the half-hour offset problem, thank you Simon for your report.
33 | Posted by guest | 09/02/2007 1:43:49 | Delete
joli ... dommage qu'il n'y ait aucune horloge avec plusieurs alarmes programmables
34 | Posted by guest | 08/02/2007 10:57:24 | Delete
I have my clocks set up to be GMT+10 (Brisbane), GMT+5:30 (India), and GMT+8:00 (Singapore). But instead of showing (say) 19:55, 14:25 and 17:55, they show 19:55, 14:55 and 17:55 (in other words, it doesn't seem to handle the half-hour offset from GMT properly, rounding up to 6 hours). Would be nice to have this fixed :-)
35 | Posted by api53bb0ccd96133 | 27/01/2007 13:08:26
Merci Guillaume, en effet j'utilise Firefox et je n'avais pas vu que sous IE6+ on avait ce problème. En fait ce n'est pas un problème de Netvibes ou du module mais c'est juste la gestion de l'object Flash qui diffère selon les navigateurs. Je te propose de le mettre dans la colone de gauche pour éviter ce problème.
36 | Posted by guest | 26/01/2007 13:17:55 | Delete
Bonjour, lorsque des fenetres de netwibes viennent se superposer au module il ne se masque pas, idem lorsqu'on ouvre le volet de gauche pour ajouter des modules...
37 | Posted by api53bb0ccd96133 | 22/01/2007 14:05:48
Thx sk for your remark, I corrected it
38 | Posted by guest | 22/01/2007 12:09:41 | Delete
when you have it on 12 hour am/pm time. 12pm (noon) is shown as 0pm
39 | Posted by guest | 19/01/2007 14:51:59 | Delete
the only last request from me would be to make the text labels next to the timezone really short. for example have one just called "eastern" or "EST". and "pacific" or "PST" - there's no reason the user needs that extra information after he/she has selected the timezone they want. picking by city is cool like the picture up top on this page, but we cant get it like that unless you make a very long drop down with each city.
40 | Posted by guest | 19/01/2007 14:38:00 | Delete
awesome it looks sharp now with the right fonts. everything fits. top notch module
41 | Posted by api53bb0ccd96133 | 18/01/2007 16:49:14
I just put a font but I did not integrate a font in the clock last time to make it lighter. But for the presentation on a 4 column layout, I think the next version would have a 2 row layout.
42 | Posted by guest | 18/01/2007 10:47:24 | Delete
i like it except mine doesnt have that digital clock font. it looks like it's using times new roman. also i can't set it to newyork either. only eastern standard time. also it doesnt fit well in a 4 column layout. the text overlaps with each other
43 | Posted by api53bb0ccd96133 | 12/01/2007 14:53:34
Cela fonctionne maintenant, il faut juste recharger le module en cliquant sur le bouton recharger. Just Click on the refresh button
44 | Posted by guest | 12/01/2007 0:44:58 | Delete
Alors, comment on change l'apparence svp ?
45 | Posted by guest | 12/01/2007 0:23:36 | Delete
I can't have it like on the pic, I can't edit it...

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