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FuBar uClock  Popular! (More than 5000 hits)
Version: 2.1.6
by: Dark Imakuni [More]
FuBar uClock is my own personal re-write of FuBar ClockFu, with all the cruft removed.

Features:
- It can show realm time and/or local time on the FuBar.
- It shows today's date aswell as realm time and local time in it's tooltip.
- It toggles the in-game Time Manager (stop watch, alarm clock etc) if clicked.
- It toggles GroupCalender (if installed) or the in-game Calendar if shift-clicked.

Options can be found in the dropdown menu, accessed by right-clicking the plugin.
- Choose which time format(s) you want shown in the data feed.
- Choose whether to show seconds or not.
- Choose whether to have the time shown in 12hr or 24hr format.

For LDB fans a Broker version of uClock can be found here.

If you've found an error or would like to suggest a feature, please make a new ticket in the issues hub or leave a comment here.
Version 2.1.6
- Updated for WoW 4.3.0.

Version 2.1.5
- Updated for WoW 4.1.0.

Version 2.1.4
- Updated for WoW 4.0.6.

Version 2.1.2
- Added UTC time format support.

Version 2.1.1
- Updated for WoW 3.2.0.
- Fixed compatibility issue with GroupCalendar v5.

Version 2.1.0
- Updated for WoW 3.1.0.
- Added an option to show local time, realm time, or both in the display.
- You should now be able to choose the colour of the text displayed in FuBar (default is white, text in the tooltip remains yellow).
- Restructured the tooltip slightly. Today's date is now shown at the top, with local and server times underneath.

Version 2.0.12
- Removed unused libraries to shrink download file size.

Version 2.0.11
- Added an icon (can be disabled).
- Added hints to the tooltip.
- Shift-clicking the plugin should now toggle GroupCalender if it is installed, or Blizzard's Calendar if not.

Version 2.0.9a
- Bugfixes. Coding in the middle of the night is bad, m'kay?

Version 2.0.8
- Having the "Show Coloured Text" option enabled should now make the text white instead of FuBar's default yellow.

Version 2.0.7
- Updated for WoW 3.0.2.
- Added Server Time display. Game Time can now be found in the tooltip.
- Added options to show seconds and show 12hr format.
- Shift-clicking the plugin will now toggle Blizzard's Calendar.
- Right-clicking the plugin will show uClock's options frame.

Version 1.0
- Initial public release.
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2.1.1
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Dark Imakuni
08-09-09 03:23 AM
2.1.0
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Dark Imakuni
04-07-09 01:36 PM
2.0.12
87kB
Dark Imakuni
11-17-08 05:00 AM


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Unread 11-02-08, 12:09 PM  
Ethan Centaurai
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You pretty much answered yourself there.

uClock is designed as a FuBar plugin. I don't really want to give uClock users an option to create a myClock clone. That does pretty much destroy the point of it being a FuBar plugin.




EDIT: I've thought long and hard about this and decided that I might actually do it. I'll have a fiddle around and see what I can do. If anyone else manages to come up with this I might add their work to mine.
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Any chance of giving the option to disable the clock on the Minimap when enabling uClock?
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Originally Posted by WilliamDecker
Any chance of giving the option to disable the clock on the Minimap when enabling uClock?
Sure, I'll add this in the next release.
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FuBar time

Would you consider a toggle to change the Fubar time to server time and tooltip to local time? My local time clock is right next to my montior so I immediately know what my time is. I live on the east coast but play on a west coast server so knowing the server time is more important at a glance rather than mosuing over for the time.
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I would indeed.

I've been working on various options to set what goes where.
I think I'll expand on your idea and allow users to choose Local Time, Server Time, or Both Times shown on the FuBar.
Perhaps also if Local or Server is chosen the other time will appear in the tooltip, and if Both are shown then no time will be in the tooltip.

I'll have a fiddle about and see what I can do.
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Yewbacca
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This is a kickass addon, finally I can remove that big calendar button from the minimap.

But please, could you add an option to get UTC time? The standard Fubar_ClockFu shows UTC, which is useful in europe when coordinating events, since UTC is neutral.
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Yewbacca
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Thanks for reviving the FuBar version! <3
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