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Thread: the clock thing

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    Member michiepoo's Avatar
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    just wanted to say that it's awesome! How is that done? I've never seen anything like it!!! I can watch the hours go by as I post on this board, lol. :classic:
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    It looks simple but it took over 200 lines of PHP code Thanks for the compliment

    If you have PHP on your site you can use it: http://www.vbulletintemplates.com/mo...&threadid=2206 , just remember to add the copyright information.
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    I'd use it but I use invsion board (no money for vBulletin). Will it work on invision or it just for vBulletin?
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    It should work on anything that uses PHP with the GD library (most hosts have GD).
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    hi filburt.. i would like to use the clock script... but i can't d/l it from the URL u have given us...

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    You have to be a licensed vBulletin user to download it.
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    Filburt, did you write the clock script, or did you get it from vB ?

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    I wrote it a few months ago, and I never want to use trig functions again.
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    LOL, math is fun !!!!

    Try writing an amortization calculator !!


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