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flashclocks 1.0

edited May 2007 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
I just added an extension that will display a flash clock in the side panel. I found this in the WordPress plugins repository while searching for one for my blog. The extension has two clocks, one small and one large. The small one is just a clock. The large one is not only a clock but also a calendar. I set this as the default one in the php script because I thought it would be more useful to the majority of users. You can check it out at my forum to see a working version.


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    looks like you've got your code a little wrong - your addon is referencing "wp_dash-flashclocks/clock_large.swf" but the swf is actually in the folder "flashclocks"

    anyway, nice addon!
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    edited August 2006
    Sorry about that. I have updated the script and the zip file.
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    edited October 2006
    I have uploaded a new version 1.1 which eliminates the embed tag and now makes the extension W3C compliant. The only change is to the default.php file. 57
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    please excuse my ignorance, but can you please show me where the flash clock is located ? i would be very interested to see it/them in action.
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    I'm using it here:
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