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In article <bddbuh$of3$1panix2.panix.com>, [email]briangpanix.com[/email] (Brian Gordon) wrote: > AutoClock is old -- the latest version is 1.4.4, copyright 1994. Not too > surprisingly, none of the author's contact information (in France) seems to > work. I know there are much more recent clock setters, but I like AutoClock's > ability to compute average deviations and update the clock periodically from > that information. > > My copy has recently lost the ability to actually display the clocks. Anyone > still using it and have a suggestion? It work fine for years, and then I > updated QuickTime to QuickTime Pro ...

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    Default Re: Anyone using AutoClock?

    In article <bddbuh$of3$1panix2.panix.com>,
    [email]briangpanix.com[/email] (Brian Gordon) wrote:
    > AutoClock is old -- the latest version is 1.4.4, copyright 1994. Not too
    > surprisingly, none of the author's contact information (in France) seems to
    > work. I know there are much more recent clock setters, but I like AutoClock's
    > ability to compute average deviations and update the clock periodically from
    > that information.
    >
    > My copy has recently lost the ability to actually display the clocks. Anyone
    > still using it and have a suggestion? It work fine for years, and then I
    > updated QuickTime to QuickTime Pro and displayed something full-screen.
    > AutoClock lost its display of clocks and has never recovered ...
    I used to use it too, but gave up years ago when I moved from dial-up to
    a broadband continuous connection (so A-C couldn't call to see what time
    it was). I too was never able to contact the programmer.

    I can send you a new copy, if you think that'll help. E-mail me directly.

    Isaac
    Isaac Wingfield Guest

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    Default Re: Anyone using AutoClock?

    In article <bddbuh$of3$1panix2.panix.com>,
    [email]briangpanix.com[/email] (Brian Gordon) wrote:
    >AutoClock is old -- the latest version is 1.4.4, copyright 1994. Not too
    >surprisingly, none of the author's contact information (in France) seems to
    >work. I know there are much more recent clock setters, but I like AutoClock's
    >ability to compute average deviations and update the clock periodically from
    >that information.
    >
    >My copy has recently lost the ability to actually display the clocks. Anyone
    >still using it and have a suggestion? It work fine for years, and then I
    >updated QuickTime to QuickTime Pro and displayed something full-screen.
    >AutoClock lost its display of clocks and has never recovered ...
    I still have it running on two IIsi's which run home control programs.
    They call in once a month an get a few second's tweek to their time.

    --
    Ron
    Ron Parsons Guest

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