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24 Clock

  • Version: 1.1.2
  • Released: August 25, 2007
  • Download count 1 : 834

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  • 24 Clock (orange)

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A digital clock that is similar to the clock used in the television series 24.

This clock offers the following features:
  • The clock can display 12 or 24 hour (military time) time
  • The seconds can be hidden.
  • The clock is resizable.
  • The clock blackground opacity is configurable, ranging from solid black to completely transparent.
  • There are three number styles to choose from:
    • Intro (orange)
    • Yellow, which matches the yellow currently used on Fox's official 24 site
    • Light yellow, which matches the screen shot seen below.
      A picture of the clock from 24.
  • The clock can play an hourly 'chime', which can be one of the following:
    • The ticking clock sound
    • Jack's voice
  • In addition to the hourly chime, the ticking clock sound can be set to play X seconds before the hour.
  • The ticking clock sound or Jack's voice can be triggered at any time via the context menu, which is shown below.
    A picture of the context menu.
  • The widget can be muted. Please note that muting the widget will not mute a currently playing sound, but will prevent future sounds from being played until the widget is unmuted.
  • Double-clicking on the widget will cause Jack to speak.

The above features are configured via the Preferences or the context menu.

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Muting the widget will not mute a currently playing sound, but will prevent future sounds from being played until the widget is unmuted. It is not possible to mute a currently playing sound using the Yahoo! Widget Engine.

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Widget detail last updated: Monday October 01st, 2007 at 03:14:58 AM UTC
  1. Download count last updated: Tuesday June 27th, 2017 at 07:05:01 AM UTC. Download counting started: Friday January 12, 2007 at 06:00:00 PM EST.