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    watch or clock program

    im trying to find with no luck a program that will allow me to have a clock that i can use on the palm instead of the phone clock and has alarm clock function

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    Get BigClock. It is free and has alarms.

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    and in response to your other posts, I believe (not 100% sure tho) that it will allow you to set your own backgrounds in it. Bigclock that is.
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    big clock needs os5.2

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    which version are you seeing?

    I have 2.83 on my 7135.
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    Look at PalmaryClock.
    Check/search if folks have used in this forum.
    It's for OS4+.

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    i got it to work but it is kinda lacks when it come to the alarms you only have like 3 choices i cant use any cool ones that i have set or any thing

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    i was talking about big clock

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    I have big clock as well, but take a look at rclock too.
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    BigClock

    Not to be contrary, but I've been using BigClock (careful how you type that) v2.83 for quite some time now, using the default Palm OS on The Precious (v4.1.2). I LOVE it! It's a great backup for the hotel room alarm clock, and gets me up on time when I have to sleep on the couch (which happens more often than I'd like to admit

    In addition to the alarm, it has a count-up/down timer, time zone comparison, and very customizable screen layouts.

    Its best feature, as tedcmiller points out is that it is indeed FREE!

    BigClock Web Site

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    Originally posted by MGuzzy
    I have big clock as well, but take a look at rclock too.
    www.linkesoft.com
    mg
    What about MegaClock. I don't use the alarms but it does everything (well) Looks like you can have 20 different alarms, each which can have a lot of different settings -- including the alarm sound if you must.

    -Quick

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    Yawh.. MegaClock looks good... but I went on the hunt for a simple analog clock to display while I had the phone in my car cradle and I found this one... no alarms but it has 24 hrs and In german too.

    http://www.freewarepalm.com/clock/analogeuhr.shtml

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