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    is it possible for the system tray clock to also display the date? i know this is possible in XP if you make the taskbar have more than one row, but i'd like to know if it can be done on one row.

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    Just move your mouse pointer onto the clock and let it hover for a second.

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    Sounds like another job for TClockEx.

    I love this nifty little app.

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    Nice link by unZi. Virtualbody, well.

    If you use Mozilla Firefox there is an extension that displays a calender on the status bar above the system clock. If you don't use Firefox, i recommend that you do.

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    omg go back to comp's for dummies, everyone knows to put your mouse over the time to get the date,

    the question is how did you work out how to turn you comp on lol

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    Originally posted by delphin460@26 February 2004 - 12:48
    omg go back to comp's for dummies, everyone knows to put your mouse over the time to get the date,

    the question is how did you work out how to turn you comp on lol
    It seems very obvious to me that he wants the system tray to display the date in the system tray. I think what gave it away, for me anyway, was when he said, "is it possible for the system tray clock to also display the date?".

    But hey, well done for being so leet.

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    Originally posted by liquidacid+26 February 2004 - 11:22--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (liquidacid @ 26 February 2004 - 11:22)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-delphin460@26 February 2004 - 12:48
    omg go back to comp&#39;s for dummies, everyone knows to put your mouse over the time to get the date,

    the question is how did you work out how to turn you comp on lol
    It seems very obvious to me that he wants the system tray to display the date in the system tray. I think what gave it away, for me anyway, was when he said, "is it possible for the system tray clock to also display the date?".

    But hey, well done for being so leet. [/b][/quote]

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    tclockex puts a background behind the tie and date, doesn&#39;t look pretty. i want something that is seemless with the windows xp shell. right now i&#39;m using the silver theme which i dont want to change and has a slight gradient from one shade of gray to another.

    any ideas on a kind of tweak to get the date "IN THE TRAY" without using a proggy to overlap the clock?

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    Originally posted by delphin460@26 February 2004 - 06:48
    omg go back to comp&#39;s for dummies, everyone knows to put your mouse over the time to get the date,

    the question is how did you work out how to turn you comp on lol
    omg go back to English for dummies, everyone knows how to speak English correctly to get respect

    the question is how did you work out how to post here lol

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    Originally posted by liquidacid@26 February 2004 - 11:22
    Nice link by unZi. Virtualbody, well.

    If you use Mozilla Firefox there is an extension that displays a calender on the status bar above the system clock. If you don&#39;t use Firefox, i recommend that you do.
    hmm, i don&#39;t see it. where exactly is it. i have the status bar appearing.

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