« on: April 12, 2012, 07:39 AM »
I have been a happy user of betaclock (which has not been updated since 2007) on a Win XP computer for many years, and I was dismayed to find that it did not work on my new Win7 64-bit notebook. I was very happy when I found T-Clock 2010 recently. Thanks to Stoic Joker for the excellent software.
Just one small request to Stoic Joker. As far as I know (hope that I did not miss something obvious), to get the popup calendar, a user has to right click the time-date display, point to T-Clock Quickys, then move the mouse cursor over to T-Clock Calendar. I would appreciate it very much if you could kindly make accessing the calendar easier, e.g. a single left-click on the time-date display would popup the calendar, just like in betaclock. I do know that I can assign a hotkey to display the calendar but there are already far too many hotkeys from various software for poor me to remember.