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T-Clock / Re: T-Clock 2010 (download)
« on: March 15, 2011, 10:15 PM »
Further please note that the keyboard shortcut: "Display Time Watch Hotkey" is not working. I pressed it a couple of times during the video (and other times during my testing) and it launches a new timer window (not the current running timer) completely blank, with only the window's title and the column names. This little window automatically disappears within one second, without displaying anything, eventhough a timer is actually running in the background. To properly display the timer I have to right click the clock, scroll up to the timers and choose the one running, except if I am doing something wrong.

Same behavior here at Win7 x64.

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T-Clock / Re: T-Clock 2010 (download)
« on: January 06, 2011, 06:01 PM »
But i have two feature suggestions:

- I use the drop to recycle bin feature, and it works great! It would be great to have the option to see the size and number of files of the recycle bin in the Mouse-over Tooltip Text. (e.g. "10 Files, 135 MB").

Hm... There is grand potential for this to lag badly if there are a large number of files in the recycling bin. But I can try playing with it for a bit and see what happens.

A solution for the lagging problem could be, when the recycle bin is checked on a regularly base (e.g. every 10 seconds) and these information are written to a file. Then the informations have only to be read from this file on mouseover. It´s just an idea. I´m not a programmer.


- I would love to have the option to set the action in mouse-properties to "open files/folders (with command-line switches)". Just like you can do it in the "Menu Item Details". Then i could empty/open the recycle bin with just one click.

Sounds reasonable enough, I'll look into it.

Great!   :Thmbsup:


Little Bug report:
Middle Mouse Button Actions doesn´t work.

That's actually a "Known Issue" ... That I forgot about... I'll have to go through my notes and see what the original issue was/is. I'm thinking that the middle button/mouse wheel was asigned to bring up a task list in Windows 7 by default so I'd given up on/disabled it at one point. But it isn't doing it now (it could have been just me...) so I've not a clue. *Shrug* I'll look into it ... Thanks for the reminder.

In "T-Clock x64 v1.01" the middle button worked under Win 7.

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T-Clock / Re: T-Clock 2010 (download)
« on: January 06, 2011, 12:14 PM »
Hi,

the new T-Clock version is really cool! :)

But i have two feature suggestions:

- I use the drop to recycle bin feature, and it works great! It would be great to have the option to see the size and number of files of the recycle bin in the Mouse-over Tooltip Text. (e.g. "10 Files, 135 MB").

- I would love to have the option to set the action in mouse-properties to "open files/folders (with command-line switches)". Just like you can do it in the "Menu Item Details". Then i could empty/open the recycle bin with just one click.

Little Bug report:
Middle Mouse Button Actions doesn´t work.


Thanx in advance!  :Thmbsup:




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