HOW-TO:Change time and date in Confluence

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This tutorial will show how to hide or change time and date. This is achieved by editing includes.xml, VideoFullScreen.xml and Home.xml.

1 Change the clock (except OSD/Info)

The clock in includes.xml is used by all windows except the OSD and Info screen. The clock is defined in includes.xml and called by other windows using <include>Clock</include>. Read more about how includes work.

Open includes.xml and find the following code. Then comment it out which removes the clock completely from Kodi (except OSD/Info) or just edit it.

<include name="Clock"> 
     <control type="label">
          <description>time label</description>
          <right>20</right>
          <top>5</top>
          <width>200</width>
          <height>30</height>
          <align>right</align>
          <aligny>center</aligny>
          <font>font28_title</font>
          <textcolor>white</textcolor>
          <shadowcolor>black</shadowcolor>
          <label>$INFO[System.Time]</label>
          <animation effect="slide" start="0,0" end="-40,0" time="75" condition="Window.IsVisible(Mutebug)">conditional</animation>
     </control>
</include>

If you want to remove the clock from a specific window, open its XML file and comment out <include>Clock</include>. If you want a customized clock add the control section from above to where the include section was and edit it.

2 Change the clock on the OSD and Info screen

Open VideoFullScreen.xml and find the following code, then comment it out or edit it.

<control type="label" id="1">
	<description>Clock label</description>
	<left>450</left>
	<top>5</top>
	<width>800</width>
	<height>25</height>
	<align>right</align>
	<aligny>center</aligny>
	<font>font13</font>
	<textcolor>white</textcolor>
	<shadowcolor>black</shadowcolor>
	<label>$INFO[System.Time]</label>
	<animation effect="slide" start="0,0" end="-30,0" time="0" condition="Window.IsVisible(Mutebug)">conditional</animation>
	<animation effect="slide" start="0,0" end="-70,0" time="0" condition="Window.IsVisible(VideoOSD)">conditional</animation>
</control>

3 Change the date on the Home screen

Open Home.xml and find the following code, then comment it out or edit it.

<control type="label">
	<description>Date label</description>
	<right>20</right>
	<top>35</top>
	<width>200</width>
	<height>15</height>
	<align>right</align>
	<aligny>center</aligny>
	<font>font10</font>
	<textcolor>white</textcolor>
	<shadowcolor>black</shadowcolor>
	<label>$INFO[System.Date]</label>
	<include>Window_OpenClose_Animation</include>
	<animation effect="slide" start="0,0" end="-40,0" time="75" condition="Window.IsVisible(Mutebug)">conditional</animation>
</control>