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Old September 21st 03, 12:27 AM
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The KTS 24-hour Clock Screen Saver is a great clock for radio listeners.

The KTS 24-hour Clock Screen Saver features:
24-hour analog display
User selectable time zone
Customizable face and hands

This is fully-functional-trial software. But, you can get a free license for
the KTS 24-hour Clock Screen Saver - before 0000Z on Tuesday 23 September
2003 - just send an email saying that you read about it here. Use the email
address on the website or the software, not the address on this message.

www.taborsoft.com

If you need a different type clock, try the NERDAlert and/or ID Wizard
software.

We do not collect, nor de we share email addresses. The purpose of this
offer is to provide a community service and introduce you to our software
tools for radio users.

Regards,
Jim
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Old September 21st 03, 01:38 AM
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I don't see an email address anywhere.

How do I change it to UTC?

On Sat, 20 Sep 2003 18:27:08 -0500, "J Tabor"
wrote:

The KTS 24-hour Clock Screen Saver is a great clock for radio listeners.

The KTS 24-hour Clock Screen Saver features:
24-hour analog display
User selectable time zone
Customizable face and hands

This is fully-functional-trial software. But, you can get a free license for
the KTS 24-hour Clock Screen Saver - before 0000Z on Tuesday 23 September
2003 - just send an email saying that you read about it here. Use the email
address on the website or the software, not the address on this message.

www.taborsoft.com

If you need a different type clock, try the NERDAlert and/or ID Wizard
software.

We do not collect, nor de we share email addresses. The purpose of this
offer is to provide a community service and introduce you to our software
tools for radio users.

Regards,
Jim


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Old September 21st 03, 01:38 AM
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I don't see an email address anywhere.

How do I change it to UTC?

On Sat, 20 Sep 2003 18:27:08 -0500, "J Tabor"
wrote:

The KTS 24-hour Clock Screen Saver is a great clock for radio listeners.

The KTS 24-hour Clock Screen Saver features:
24-hour analog display
User selectable time zone
Customizable face and hands

This is fully-functional-trial software. But, you can get a free license for
the KTS 24-hour Clock Screen Saver - before 0000Z on Tuesday 23 September
2003 - just send an email saying that you read about it here. Use the email
address on the website or the software, not the address on this message.

www.taborsoft.com

If you need a different type clock, try the NERDAlert and/or ID Wizard
software.

We do not collect, nor de we share email addresses. The purpose of this
offer is to provide a community service and introduce you to our software
tools for radio users.

Regards,
Jim


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Old September 21st 03, 02:19 AM
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Hi

http://www.boulder.nist.gov/timefreq/service/its.htm

also has Nistime free of charge to d/l and use forever from our US GOVT !

73 jimbo

J Tabor wrote:

The KTS 24-hour Clock Screen Saver is a great clock for radio listeners.

The KTS 24-hour Clock Screen Saver features:
24-hour analog display
User selectable time zone
Customizable face and hands

This is fully-functional-trial software. But, you can get a free license for
the KTS 24-hour Clock Screen Saver - before 0000Z on Tuesday 23 September
2003 - just send an email saying that you read about it here. Use the email
address on the website or the software, not the address on this message.

www.taborsoft.com

If you need a different type clock, try the NERDAlert and/or ID Wizard
software.

We do not collect, nor de we share email addresses. The purpose of this
offer is to provide a community service and introduce you to our software
tools for radio users.

Regards,
Jim
--
email sent to:
is discarded without being seen.
Sorry for any inconvenience.


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Old September 21st 03, 02:19 AM
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Hi

http://www.boulder.nist.gov/timefreq/service/its.htm

also has Nistime free of charge to d/l and use forever from our US GOVT !

73 jimbo

J Tabor wrote:

The KTS 24-hour Clock Screen Saver is a great clock for radio listeners.

The KTS 24-hour Clock Screen Saver features:
24-hour analog display
User selectable time zone
Customizable face and hands

This is fully-functional-trial software. But, you can get a free license for
the KTS 24-hour Clock Screen Saver - before 0000Z on Tuesday 23 September
2003 - just send an email saying that you read about it here. Use the email
address on the website or the software, not the address on this message.

www.taborsoft.com

If you need a different type clock, try the NERDAlert and/or ID Wizard
software.

We do not collect, nor de we share email addresses. The purpose of this
offer is to provide a community service and introduce you to our software
tools for radio users.

Regards,
Jim
--
email sent to:
is discarded without being seen.
Sorry for any inconvenience.




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Old September 21st 03, 08:11 PM
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Hi,

To make changes, or customize, the clock use the windows "Display
Properties" dialog, "Screen Saver" tab/page. Note the button labeled
"Settings". Clicking the settings button displays the clock settings dialog.
Click the read me button for a bit more info.

There are two email address links near the bottom of each web page. One is
the logo graphic, the other invites "Comments, Criticisms and Suggestions".
G Also find the email address in the "read me" from the settings dialog.

Regards,
Jim
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Old September 21st 03, 08:11 PM
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Hi,

To make changes, or customize, the clock use the windows "Display
Properties" dialog, "Screen Saver" tab/page. Note the button labeled
"Settings". Clicking the settings button displays the clock settings dialog.
Click the read me button for a bit more info.

There are two email address links near the bottom of each web page. One is
the logo graphic, the other invites "Comments, Criticisms and Suggestions".
G Also find the email address in the "read me" from the settings dialog.

Regards,
Jim
--
email sent to:
is discarded without being seen.
Sorry for any inconvenience.


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Old September 21st 03, 08:22 PM
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Hi,

Yes, http://www.boulder.nist.gov/timefreq/service/its.htm
is a fair link. However their "example" apps apparently do not use the best
time setting protocol, which is NTP. ID Wizard uses NTP, is free for the
price of a single email and has numerous additional tools. G

The two time protocols demonstrated by the NIST example apps work well
enough for most projects.

Regards,
Jim
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email sent to:
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Sorry for any inconvenience.
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...
Hi

http://www.boulder.nist.gov/timefreq/service/its.htm

also has Nistime free of charge to d/l and use forever from our US GOVT !

73 jimbo



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Old September 21st 03, 08:22 PM
J Tabor
 
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Hi,

Yes, http://www.boulder.nist.gov/timefreq/service/its.htm
is a fair link. However their "example" apps apparently do not use the best
time setting protocol, which is NTP. ID Wizard uses NTP, is free for the
price of a single email and has numerous additional tools. G

The two time protocols demonstrated by the NIST example apps work well
enough for most projects.

Regards,
Jim
--
email sent to:
is discarded without being seen.
Sorry for any inconvenience.
"James" wrote in message
...
Hi

http://www.boulder.nist.gov/timefreq/service/its.htm

also has Nistime free of charge to d/l and use forever from our US GOVT !

73 jimbo



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Old September 22nd 03, 03:32 PM
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This little guy works a lot better than the NIST.

http://schmail.com/atomictime/

On Sun, 21 Sep 2003 01:19:36 GMT, James wrote:

Hi

http://www.boulder.nist.gov/timefreq/service/its.htm

also has Nistime free of charge to d/l and use forever from our US GOVT !

73 jimbo


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