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  • Looking for a Analog Clock Web Part

    Hi!
    I'm building a wss based intranet site, and I need a Analog clock webpart for it.
    Tried google it, but didnt have much luck..

    Can anyone help?
    If you offer a script, please explain how to implement it into the site.

    thanks!

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    Re: Looking for a Analog Clock Web Part

    When you say web part is it for a sharepoint based site?

    WIll a flash object do? There are loads of them about.
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    • #3
      Re: Looking for a Analog Clock Web Part

      If you can point me to a flash player webpart as well as the flash based clock part..

      thanks

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      • #4
        Re: Looking for a Analog Clock Web Part

        There seem to be a few analog clock web parts on the first page here:



        EDIT: Most of the applicable links help you build one. One site is selling them and another promises to post a free flash-based one in the future.
        Last edited by rvalstar; 13th February 2007, 10:43.
        Cheers,

        Rick

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        • #5
          Re: Looking for a Analog Clock Web Part

          A clock in 'flash' like this one ? http://www.text-reader.com/pic/watch_vector2.swf.
          or this one: http://www.windowscorner.com/etcetera/clock.swf
          Or find more: http://www.google.com/search?q=flash...+clock&spell=1

          Use it like the code below, or better copy the object to your own site first
          Code:
          <html> 
          <head> 
          </head 
          <body alink="#ff0000"> 
          <div align="center"> 
          <OBJECT classid="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000" ID=FlashMovieWIDTH="100%"  HEIGHT="100%" align="center"> 
          <PARAM NAME=movie VALUE="http://www.text-reader.com/pic/watch_vector2.swf"> 
          <PARAM NAME=quality VALUE=high> 
          <PARAM NAME=wmode VALUE='transparent'> 
          <PARAM NAME=scale VALUE='showall'> 
          <PARAM NAME=bgcolor VALUE="black"> 
          <EMBED src="http://www.text-reader.com/pic/watch_vector2.swf" quality=highbgcolor=#FFFFFF WIDTH="400" HEIGHT="400"NAME="myMovieName" ALIGN="center" TYPE="application/x-shockwave-flash"PLUGINSPAGE="http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer"> 
          </EMBED> 
          </OBJECT> 
          </div> 
          </html>
          \Rem
          Last edited by Rems; 15th February 2007, 22:00.

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          • #6
            Re: Looking for a Analog Clock Web Part

            Thanks Rems.

            I uploaded the SWF into my SharePoint site and linked it to a Page Viewer Web Part per this post on flash Animation:

            http://msd2d.com/Content/Tip_viewite...6-574E05F95945

            This is SO simple but a nice tip for easy visual enhancements of your portal site. Create your animation and save it as “yourfile.SWF” to a portal DocLib. (include a flashcheck if necessay). Now create a -Page Viewer WebPart- and simply link to the file. Note: since there are NO width and height tags the animation will shrink when the page resizes (use the webpart width-and height-properties to prevent unwanted effects).

            Somehow the 'normal' way of calling an swf file through the object tag does not work. Can anyone explain? Does it have to do with safety controls?
            Cheers,

            Rick

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