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How can I get a world clock indicator?

In 11.04 i had a second time zone in the Clock/Date Dropdown. In 11.10 there seems to be no obvious way to do this, is there one?

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marked as duplicate by Jorge Castro, Alvin Row, htorque, Takkat, fossfreedom Oct 14 '11 at 22:23

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In the Time and Date drop-down, click "Time and Date Settings".

Click on the "Clock" tab.

Enable the check-box "Time in Other Locations".

Click "Choose Locations". Then, add as many cities and regions as you want :)

The times for those regions will be shown in the dropdown.

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