The Flash Time Measurements Components

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The Flash Time Measurements Components

NetObjects Fusion's Time measurements components offer a fantastic visual style, letting you enhance your website by adding flash clock and calendar components. The Time Measurements components can be personalized with style and elegance that support and enhance your project. Time measurements components consist of calendars and clocks. Using the Flash Time Measurements components, you will be able to track time around the world. The Time Measurements Components include attractive calendars that allow you to share calendar information: Calendar, Day Calendar, and Timeline calendar. The calendars can be customized and can be set as a 12-month year, single month, or as a daily calendar. The color of each feature can be changed from the Properties panel. The Timeline component displays a series of numbered frames that represent increments of time. In Flash, the Timeline displays the frame number, the frame rate, and an approximate amount of time that will have elapsed at each frame. Customize it as you want, by specifying the Flash attributes in the Component properties panel. The Day Calendar component displays the day, the month, and the year. On the Properties panel, you can set the format for the name of the month and the day. The Flash Clocks are configurable and you may change the background color, the text color, or any other feature to suit your own preferences. For example, different properties change the way the Trigonometric Clock component can appear. It takes three seconds for these changes to be applied to the component. There are 25 properties that you can change to this component. From the scale of clock components, you can choose: Binary clock, Digital clock, Hourglass, Wall clock, Sundial, Rotating clock, 3D clock, or the Candles clock that represents one of the earliest human inventions to tell time. The Hourglass, with its sifting grains, embodies our perception of time's slipperiness; and it can be used to time-track different activities. Its visual impact helps underscore the urgency of any time-sensitive items or events. After you have placed any of the Flash Time Measurements Component on your site, you can configure its settings in the Component Properties dialog box.