It also functions as a "worldtime" clock, allowing you to see the time around the world. By default, it will be the area where you are, but you can pick any other from the list. When you pick a region, the time will update and the timezone abbreviation will be shown next to the clock. A star next to this indicates it is a daylight saving time.
You can also see the effect of changing the time or the date in two ways:
- Click on the date or time buttons and change them to another value;
- Click on the map and more...
- After user feedback, you now select a region rather than a time zone. The regions are in alphabetical order, making them easier to find. The time zone itself is displayed next to the clock. The name of the time zone reflects if it is "daylight saving" or not. A star next to the name reflects this too (eg GMT, BST *), as it isn't all that obvious from some of the names.
- Mac OS X 10.4 or later