Below is a simple script to get several formats of the time or date in DesktopX. Create a simple text object and insert the script.
Sub Object_OnScriptEnter object.Settimer 1, 1000'-Set a 1 second timer End Sub '-Check the time every second Sub Object_Ontimer1 dateNtime= Now()'-Current date and time date1= FormatDateTime(now,1)'--Full date date2= FormatDateTime(now,2)'--Short date date3= Day(date)'--Current day of the month day1= WeekdayName(Weekday(Date), False)'--Full weekday day2= WeekdayName(Weekday(Date),True)'--Abbreviated weekday day3= Weekday(now)'--Number representing day of week currentmonth1= MonthName(Month(now),False)'--Full month currentmonth2= MonthName(Month(now),True)'--Abbreviated month currentmonth3= Month(now)'--Number representing month of year currentyear= Year(now)'--Current year thetime= Time'--Current time thetime2= FormatDateTime(now,3)'--Current time in 24-hour format thehour= hour(now)'--Current hour in 24-hour format theminute= Minute(now)'--Current minute thesecond= Second(now)'--Current second object.text = dateNtime End Sub
Replace object.text = dateNtime with object.text = thesecond and you'll get the current second. Try out all the different variables and see the results.
None right now.