I've got a real calendar for that. ;-) (Palm Desktop *cough* - don't have much time to replace it but I'm at it...)
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If you like, I can add the link to your build to the first post so it's easier for people to find...else it might get lost back here on page 19.-Stoic Joker (May 03, 2013, 07:20 PM)
Although I do not use the built-in calendar have a look at T-Clock 2010\Properties\Miscellaneous - Calendar: First Week of Year (Change to 1.)It doesn't change the week number displayed in the main clock. I don't use the calendar, there's other solutions for that. I just keep the current week number displayed near the date and time. Right now it says "3" but it's actually already "4".-pilgrim-online (January 24, 2013, 04:02 AM)
Since this year I have a problem that the weeknumber displayed in my tray lags 1 week behind the week number displayed in the calender, which is correct. The years before 2013 this was ok!Oh, you're right, same here. Didn't even notice, not even when the year started on Tuesday with week 0...-TheMen (January 24, 2013, 01:30 AM)