Wednesday, October 24, 2007


Clocks by Bill Stewart & Jim Stewart
©1990-92 Berkeley Systems Inc.

Part of the After Dark 2.0 collection.

Yes, it is a clock floating by. Yes, you can choose from a couple of styles for the clock. No, there is not much else. This module works but there is nothing really exciting about. The modern clock doesn't look at that good but the antique clock is passable. The sound for seconds is annoying and should be turned off. Like others, this module was replaced with clock modules from later releases. Still, the slowest speed does work on modern systems.


Original Clock by Rob Vaterlaus; Sound by Rob Gale; Enhanced Color by Mike Overlin, SAPIEN Technologies, Inc.

Use the "Type" control to select a different clock.
The "Sound" control lets you turn on ticks every second and chimes on the hour. Use the "Float Speed" control to adjust how fast the clock floats around the screen, and the "Show Seconds" control to turn seconds on and off.

You can change the hourly chime sound by replacing the WAVE format file CLOCKCHM.WAV in the SOUNDS sub-directory in your After Dark directory. It must be a WAVE format file.

by Bill Stewart & Jim Stewart
©1990-92 Berkeley Systems Inc.

Works under Windows XP & Vista in greater than 256 colors.

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