Some time in February of 2002 I received a clock file as an email attachment. It was frustrating to me because the people who could view it said it was wonderful, and it wouldn't work on my system (Outlook Express on a PowerMac). I tinkered around with it until I got something that would run in the window of a web browser. Here is the original clock file.
I thought it might be interesting to make a few modifications to the file, so here it is without the text. If you want to just leave the clock running, make a small window in your browser, a couple of inches square, put your cursor in to get the clock going, and gently slide your cursor off to the left, out of the window. As long as your cursor doesn't cross the small window the clock will stay there and continue to run.
the slightly modified clock.
This is a BIG clock, and this is a -little- clock.
And here it is with the days and months in German
German Clock, Java-Uhr.
This one is French:
And this one is Italian:
Here is one in Spanish:
The Polish clock lacks diacritical marks -- can't do 'em in Java AFAIK:
Since I've figured out how to set the font to "Symbol" this is working
much better, and I don't need to apologize for it. Thanks to
Richard Frankel for suggesting
improvements to my Greek.
The Greek clock:
Some other Java Clock pages, i.e. different clocks:
Updated May 29, 2002