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    Cool Clocks for RR

    http://www.site-clocks.com/clocks/

    Would these work?

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    Yeah if you like site clocks appearing when ever you click it and it linking back to the website. oh and that you can download it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer View Post
    Yeah if you like site clocks appearing when ever you click it and it linking back to the website. oh and that you can download it.
    You can download it... and then edit it...



    http://www.site-clocks.com/flash/clocks/diamond.swf

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    how are you gonna edit it - they only give you the .swf

    it really is easy to make ur own flash clock... there's heaps of tutes online about it. the ony time consuming part is the graphics - which is what u wanted to edit in the above clocks anyway...
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    use a SWF decompiler to strip it down to base files. you can remove the graphics or possibly edit it depending oin how its made
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