OK, there are three clocks available for a start (you can configure an extra
two clocks with one unchangeable) - but I do believe that this may well
change to let you customise clocks better - however even if not, then you
can keep adding and customising clocks to the Sidebar
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"Hansjörg Reister" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hey Vista-Beta testers,
> just filed the following DCR (Design Change Request)
> Additional Clocks in Vista is a GREAT feature.
> But currently you can only configure two clocks. That is by far not enough
> in a globalized world!!
> Leave two as default add a feature to add additional clocks.
> Here are my personal requirements for clocks
> - Tokyo: i'm working together with a department in Tokyo on daily business
> - Seattle: guess why ;-)
> - Chicago: i'm working together with a department in Chicagoon a daily
> - London: my sister lives there
> - Bucarest: my mother in law lives there
> That is five. Either preconfigure to have five (more will make hard to
> or give me the chance to add more (up to max. 10).
> Our business need is to be able to add more then 2. Five is sufficient.
> Also let me enter the name of a city instead of choosing the time zone.
> Chicago is what time zone??? How can i know. For some time zones important
> cities are displayed - but espacially for the US this is unknown. Let me
> my companies sites to the list with the correct time zone.
> This would be a great chance to give Vista a very beautyful dialog!! Enter
> City name and show it on a world map.
> Hansjörg Reister
> Robert Bosch GmbH