In case you guys still want to know how to display the windoze calendar, its possible
- Find the tray window with class: "Shell_TrayWnd"
- find control with class: "TrayClockWClass"
- PostMessage: WM_USER+102,1,0
IIRC you already got that handle.. or at least a system to find such windows/controls. I just can't implement it myself as I'm a gcc developer and I don't want to convert your source
P.S. wParam=0 or WM_USER+103 will show the original tooltip... (which I prefer... not only because it will show different time zones)
I'd hate to admit how much time I spent trying to fond that information ...(and never did)... Thank you for making it available. I only wish I had the time to play with it.
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.
I have nothing against it, but this link is temporary so it may disappear some time in the future, either when it's replaced by a newer version or somebody else publishes a better one...
I'm not sure about your source code licence, I haven't found any information about it. I could put up a repository on Github and also upload current source builds there. That would be a more "suitable" location for such things. (I wouldn't want to setup a real project page on my dev website because it's not my project.) But I couldn't really maintain the code, just update it from other locations and integrate ready patches. How do you manage your source code? Could you work with a Github repository as well? (It could save you from data loss as well...
Greetings, sorry about the delay...but I really wasn't sure how to answer the licensing question (I tend to find them annoying). The original author (Kazubon) created TClock as a teaching tool to show people how to code for the then
new Windows 95
shell. So given that the original author intended it to be for everyone to use and learn from...(to my way of thinking)...I would be in extremely poor taste for me to impose any sort of licensing/restrictions on T-Clock's code. I have merely been the projects caretaker for the last decade or so. It is to belong to everyone.
I've never actually used Github or any of the other source management systems but if it makes it easier for you to manage your branch of the project... *Shrug* ...is ok by me
Given that T-Clock's home (according to Google...) has been here for quite some time, I'd be happy to list/link to any of the builds here so they are easier for people to find if/when they go looking.
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