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Before I upgraded my IOSX to Snow Leopard, I was able to have a digital clock in the bottom right-hand corner of my screen, which also showed the date and day of the week. Now that I've upgraded my iMac, I can't see any way to do that. The only selections are digital and analog, and having it in the window across the top of the screen. And now I have to click on the time to see the date. Ugh. Anybody have a fix for that? I like being able to see the time and date at a glance.
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It sounds like you might have had Dashboard in Developer mode and dragged a clock from Dashboard to the desktop.
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Thank you so much! That worked! I even found some additional clock widgets that are available. You're awesome!
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