server clock (in General)
it would be nice to have the option to enable a server clock for those who dont live in the usa and arent good with times lol ie me ok just a thought if u wanted to put one in jon
ok ok i just found one in community. How about have a clock up near the CB logo shown at all times or have the option to have one shown
March 24 2007 6:17 AM EDT
Maybe that could be an enhancement for Verifex's script.
March 24 2007 8:19 AM EDT
isnt the server time already viewable in community?
March 24 2007 8:35 AM EDT
yeah you can see it in community. i think they're asking for it to be displayed constantly on the left frame.
Just get used to how far behind/forward you are in comparison to EST and you can easily plan rewards times around your own clock :)
Since the server time is only visible on ONE page, that wouldn't really be worth it to script. Just do the math :)
On a side note, have you noticed that the "blacksmith" quotes you the wrong server time when you pay to have something blacksmithed?
March 25 2007 1:53 PM EDT
If you use Firefox, download Foxclocks at: Link. After installing, double click on one of the locations and change it to Cayman Island (EST) time. Remove all the other locations if you like. Rename Cayman Islands to Carnage Blender and you're done!
Should look like this:
March 25 2007 1:54 PM EDT
woops, that should be EDT, United States Eastern time...my bad ;)
actually the times for that script are wrong, =/ its an hour behind as well! CST (my time) is actually CB time (EDT) My CB time for it is under CST right now as 5:03 PM using that script.
March 25 2007 5:18 PM EDT
mm ur right...it says Time EST in community but EDT in forums???
March 25 2007 5:19 PM EDT
my clock also says 17:18 now...
The times in FoxyClocks must not have been made aware of our lovely 'daylight-savings' legislation. =\
Thanks for the tip, though, DiabloSpawn, I've always wanted this clock!
March 25 2007 5:47 PM EDT
ah yes, you're right...DST!! lol EST, EDT, CST so confusing...anyway, enjoy!
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