Support » Plugin: CoolClock - a Javascript Analog Clock » Display a fixed time?

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  • Plugin Author RavanH


    Hmmm… funny request. No, it’s not possible to stop the clock.

    But you could take a screenshot of the clock at exactly 6 PM and after cropping the screenshot, upload the isolated image of the clock. Then just remove the plugin since you would not need it anymore 😉

    Hmmm… funny answer. But I think I didn’t explain myself clearly.

    What I need to do is to hook up the clock display with a pre-configured database, so that it displays specific times as read from the database. For example, the clock would need to display 6pm this week, and 7pm next week. Is it something we could do?


    Plugin Author RavanH


    Ahhhh… that makes more sense now 😉

    Interesting thought, but I’m afraid the script is specifically built to make the clock tick. You could make it start at a particular time but there is no option built in to make it show a particular time and stay there.

    To do that would involve some serious hacking of the coolclock script. Which you could try but I have no time (pun intended) for that. Sorry.

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