How to Add a New Clock via Preferences
This page explains how to add a new clock in Anuko World Clock
software via its Preferences
. Suppose we start with two clocks in taskbar as on the screenshot below. We will be adding another clock for Tokyo.
World Clock with 2 clocks in taskbar
- Open Preferences.
- Select a clock node in Preferences by clicking on its label. It is important to select the clock node at its root but not any othersubnode under it. Best if you shrink (collapse) all subnodes by clicking on the "-" sign to the left of checkboxes.
Select a clock object in Preferences and click the Add button
- When the clock node is selected, click on the Add button on the bottom of navigation tree. You should now see a small window titled "Select Type of New Object".
To add a new clock select the Clock option and click OK
- Make sure that the Clock option remains selected and click OK. This creates a New Clock in Preferences. It is using Local System Time and its label is New Clock. We need to configure these for Tokyo. Click on the Change... button to change location and timezone.
World Clock Preferences immediately after a new click was added
- When you click on the Change... button to the right of the Location field in Preferences, World Map shows up. Select Tokyo in the city list and click Apply. To narrow down the list, use the search box on top.
World Clock Map positioned at Tokyo
- When you click on the Apply on the World Map, Preferences changes New Clock to Tokyo. All we have to do now is to click either the OK or the Apply button.
World Clock Preferences with Tokyo clock
- The screenshot below shows how taskbar will look after your change is applied. Notice that we have 3 clocks in taskbar exactly in the same order as they exist in Preferences. To change this order you can rearrange clocks in Preferences as described here.
World Clock User Guide
World Clock with 3 clocks in taskbar