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Old 02-20-2006, 06:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Any software,.. or any settings that are missing that would allow me to see the Time when i am using the browser or IM.. this is pretty useful when im on lunch break so i don't have to keep flippin back to the home screen to find out when break is over... no we don't have any clocks and i don't have a watch.
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There are several stopwatch utilities avaialble that let you set a countdown timer with an alarm. You can set it for the length of your lunch hour and go about your surfing. It will notify you when the elapsed time has expired.

Here is one you can upload via desktop manager. Enjoy.
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Old 02-20-2006, 10:15 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I was sorta looking for something that can tell time 'cause im a time freak.. i have this habit of always looking at the time on my windows taskbar, but this will be great for lunch breaks. thank you.
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I was sorta looking for something that can tell time 'cause im a time freak.. i have this habit of always looking at the time on my windows taskbar, but this will be great for lunch breaks. thank you.
Sounds like you can use a time out if you watch the taskbar clock all the time

Seriousl, I don't know of a utility like this but I would imagine it would take up space on the screen???
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I use PocketDay but if you want freeware you might want to try bbtoday although I'm not sure if that will do the same thing. PocketDay's title bar has the time and date as the very first line. It is basically my home screen, I have it programmed to the center button on the 8700c and also have it automatically pop up after 5 minutes of inactivity. Everytime I use my BB, the screen is displayed.

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what I would like to know is when will the bb calendar bug be fixed? I would like to set bi-weekly reminder but cant...Sugar-Honey-Ice-Tea!! Also the clock I would like to set different alarm times, but you can only do 1 at a time!! Am I missing something? is there any software out there that fix this issue...Thanks using 7105t with T-MO...
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I would like to set bi-weekly reminder but cant...
This isn't a bug. BB calendar is based upon Outlook calendar. You can't do bi weekly reminders in Outlook. Just set up two different recurring weekly reminders. This should accomplish what you want.

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Also the clock I would like to set different alarm times, but you can only do 1 at a time!! Am I missing something?
If you need an additional alarm, either create a recurring reminder in the calendar or set up a reminder in the tasks.
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