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Author: Josh Fee | Website: http://jafwebdesign.cogia.net


Including miliseconds is really easy. To do so, just include this code:
miliseconds = Math.ceil(total - sum) - 1;
if (miliseconds == 1000) {miliseconds = "000";}

Then just add on to the timetil code to include the miliseconds.

Keeping miliseconds in 3 digits

If you leave it at that it works, however the width of the time displayed will change when the amount of digits chage. To fix this, add this code above the timetil code:
miliseconds = ("0"+miliseconds)

Thats about it, any questions or comments feel free to email me.
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Added: 2006-03-11
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