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T-Clock / Re: T-Clock 2010 (download)
« on: April 12, 2012, 08:44 PM »
That is already a configurable option on the Mouse tab of T-Clock Properties. Just select Mouse Button, number of clicks, and action wanted (show calendar is on the default list) and hit apply.

Thank you very much for pointing out the configuration option for displaying the calendar. Somehow, I missed it when I looked through the T-Clock Properties. I am very impressed with your thoroughness in the design of the software. My apologies.

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T-Clock / Re: T-Clock 2010 (download)
« 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.

 

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