Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by dontoe, May 22, 2005.
Looks like someone is bored today.
Naw man, had a few put back I've been meaning to share.
Had to work on the wife's '73 K-10 all day yesterday and today I had to replace the leg on the big battery charger someone broke, now it's exhaust mod time for the '75. Hangin' crooked. Try to work a bit then relax a bit. Hit the web when I come in to chill next to the A/C.
wish i could make that my desk top!
You can I think if you have 24/7 access..............your supposed to be able to make it active desktop IIRC.
i have cable
Yea, I just did. Hang on and I'll do a screen capture to help explain.
Good, inquiring minds wanna know.
Right click on a blank part of your desktop.
Click on properties.
Click the Desktop tab.
Click the Customize Desktop box.
Click the Web tab.
Click the New box.
Copy and paste the url for the clock into the location box (or any? other web page) (clock is http://www.jenweb.net/norm/5k/t.htm?tprq=awesome%20clock ).
Time should be checked in the Web Dialog box now.
Click apply on the Display Properties dialog box.
And it will work!
Worked. Had to expand the size of the box but it worked. Kind of overlayed a screen saver with a screen saver. Weird I thought.
cool it did work
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