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    Adding the date to the OS X menu bar
    Found this handy little tidbit today, courtesy of OS X Daily, thought you might find this as useful as I did:

    http://osxdaily.com/2007/02/13/addin...nubar-in-os-x/

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    You might also want to check out iClock at http://www.scriptsoftware.com/iclock/iclockmac.php

    It not only lets you do the date, but it lets you control the fonts and colors used, and can display floating international clocks, and provides a calendar, and provides a task switcher and... phew! The list is large. Needless to say, it is SO good that I consider it to be critical software for my Mac.

    Check it out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mac57 View Post
    You might also want to check out iClock at http://www.scriptsoftware.com/iclock/iclockmac.php

    It not only lets you do the date, but it lets you control the fonts and colors used, and can display floating international clocks, and provides a calendar, and provides a task switcher and... phew! The list is large. Needless to say, it is SO good that I consider it to be critical software for my Mac.

    Check it out!
    mac57...I'm confused. Is iClock freeware or do you have to purchase?

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    iClock is Shareware (meaning it its free for a short time) and $20...

    Check out MyMenuDate which is also Shareware, but only $5... works great!

    http://www.plaidvest.com/

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    iClock is shareware, and worth every penny!
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