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Just so you know...the time can be displayed in the title bar of most applications...

smartphish

May 3, 2006, 1:59 PM
So there...
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eric Lin

May 3, 2006, 4:28 PM
i'm happy to admit i'm wrong, but i'd ask for the sake of those who read this that you tell us how this can be done.
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lancekalzas

May 3, 2006, 4:58 PM
If you slide out the keyboard, when it converts to a horizontal view, it'll show the time in the top left. It does this in every application that I've used so far. WMA might be the only one that it does not, I haven't checked that one yet.
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WinHack

May 3, 2006, 8:36 PM
To set this feature, click on Start | Settings | System tab | Clock & Alarms | More tab and it's the only checkbox on the screen.

Note that this will only display the clock presuming there is room on the title bar and the running app does not manually control the title bar (some apps do this to prevent any undesired-by-the-app content from appearing in the title bar and interfering with what the app is displaying there). Most of the default MS apps will display the clock if there is enough room (as in when in Landscape/Horizontal display mode).

I presume you'll be updating your review to include this information as well? Smile
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