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« Reply #350 on: August 05, 2011, 02:27:45 PM »

yeah but how often are you going to ever want to change that value -- personally i dont know why everyone wouldnt stick to 1 yr view.
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« Reply #351 on: August 05, 2011, 02:38:23 PM »

yeah but how often are you going to ever want to change that value -- personally i dont know why everyone wouldnt stick to 1 yr view.
Wow.  Don't assume that however you use it is how other people want it.

I need only the current month 99% of time.  But my proposal would not eliminate setting a full year as your one click initial view.  Sorry if that was not clear.  

You could set whatever you want as your normal initial view just as now.  All I was proposing was being able to pop into either of the 1-yr views without having to go into options and basicall set a new standard view...switching would be right there in the calendar.

I also see nothing wrong with putting buttons in every calendar to do an instant switch to one of the other views.
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« Reply #352 on: August 05, 2011, 03:53:09 PM »

yeah but how often are you going to ever want to change that value -- personally i dont know why everyone wouldnt stick to 1 yr view.
Wow.  Don't assume that however you use it is how other people want it.

It's a fair question that frequently needs to be addressed (probably more often) in software design; can you do something vs. should you do something.

The button idea I'm not real keen on as I spent an insane amount of time trying to get the window to wrap cleanly around the calendar control in all configurations and OSs. But. If I can hook the window's system menu, It might be cool to have flexibility options there.

I have run into occasions where view switching would have been handy as I do seem to have a rather tenuous grasp of time. 12 month view takes up a lot of screen-estate especially if one just wants a quick what day is next Tuesday answer. I also like the 1 month view as it alleviates the need to remember what month it is (like I said tenuous grasp...).


I'll add further investigation of this to the T-Clock to-do list, but all I can promis is it won't be soon. Currently most of my (scant) free time is going into my Got Space? NANY project. ...Which is also currently stalled due to the level of 9-5 Office projects keeping me on the ragged edge of burnout.
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« Reply #353 on: August 05, 2011, 05:03:16 PM »

(Long Shot) If you check properties on the clock.exe and tclock.dll files, do either of them show an UnBlock button?

thanks SJ, i'll try this when i get to the Win7 box. i'm guessing this anomaly has more to do with my Win 7 setup than your app. anyway, i'm glad that there is a TClock version for those of us who use 64-bit Windows. thanks for TClock 2010 again.. thumbs up
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« Reply #354 on: August 10, 2011, 04:04:59 PM »

Please support additional clocks. Thanks!
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« Reply #355 on: August 13, 2011, 02:32:10 PM »

Problems with Custom Format.

On my Win7 system, the hours in my custom format seem to depend on the greyed-out checkboxes.

Example: I checked Custom Format, and added this formatting text: h:nn tt \nddd, mm/dd

Problem: it displayed like this:
    15:05 PM
  Sat, 08/13

Workaround: uncheck custom format, check the 12H and AM/PM boxes, re-check custom format. The 12H setting is now greyed-out, but the same formatting text as above now displays like this:
    3:08 PM
  Sat, 08/13

I expected the tt code that shows AM or PM to also change the hours from 24 to 12.

I am using T-Clock 32 v1.0.1
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« Reply #356 on: August 13, 2011, 04:43:03 PM »

Hi, I have to admit taht T-Clock is one of my favourite programs (:
Thank you! (:

...however i have strange behavior on w7 x64...
When I run TC it just run (time is shown), but do not respond to any clicks ......... ?
I have to run propeties page manually and kill the process.
After that Explorer died... and restarted.
I had to repeat this to configure anything but there is something that prevent TC's comunication.
Before that i have tried to run 1.01 version of TC but there was similar action. No comunication.
I do not remember how i manage to run 1.01 but it dies after few clicks. :/
What could i do to run TC properly?
(i have tried different compatibility mode but nothing changed
some of them need UAC confirmation some not)
Only thing that i start to suspects is Kaspersky Anti Virus software...

In addition to this i have some ideas that could be useful.
TC is very good tool at displaying handy information in minimalistic way.
To minimize number of simultanously runnig applications this one could show:
- CPU usage as bars (with core division),
- RAM usage/free,
- HDD's temps from smart,
- batery and/or charge time.
configured in settings tab for taskbar and/or desktop surface (look for next idea).

I have read that there is a way to watch timer's counters but more handy could be a bunch of text lines,
displayed directly on desktop with countdown couters showing how much time left (to timers alarm - especially the long one).
Position of this could be configured in settings tab.
The same could be for be for  with cores, ram, hdd temp near clock)
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« Reply #357 on: August 14, 2011, 10:30:18 AM »

(Long Shot) If you check properties on the clock.exe and tclock.dll files, do either of them show an UnBlock button?

thanks SJ, i'll try this when i get to the Win7 box. i'm guessing this anomaly has more to do with my Win 7 setup than your app. anyway, i'm glad that there is a TClock version for those of us who use 64-bit Windows. thanks for TClock 2010 again.. thumbs up

Any new info (better/worse/no change) on what could be happening with this?
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« Reply #358 on: August 14, 2011, 10:33:45 AM »

Please support additional clocks. Thanks!

That is something that I plan to try, but in the interim have you tried using the W +/-X option for alternate timezones?

w +/- x   = Alternate Time Zone – Show current time +/- x hours for display of alternate time zone.
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« Reply #359 on: August 14, 2011, 10:35:58 AM »

Problems with Custom Format.

On my Win7 system, the hours in my custom format seem to depend on the greyed-out checkboxes.

Example: I checked Custom Format, and added this formatting text: h:nn tt \nddd, mm/dd

Problem: it displayed like this:
    15:05 PM
  Sat, 08/13

Workaround: uncheck custom format, check the 12H and AM/PM boxes, re-check custom format. The 12H setting is now greyed-out, but the same formatting text as above now displays like this:
    3:08 PM
  Sat, 08/13

I expected the tt code that shows AM or PM to also change the hours from 24 to 12.

I am using T-Clock 32 v1.0.1

Yes that was a rather annoying behavioral quirk (bugg...) in v1.0.1. It has been fixed in the latest build available in the first post of this thread.
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« Reply #360 on: August 14, 2011, 10:40:24 AM »

Hi, I have to admit taht T-Clock is one of my favourite programs (:
Thank you! (:

...however i have strange behavior on w7 x64...
When I run TC it just run (time is shown), but do not respond to any clicks ......... ?
I have to run propeties page manually and kill the process.
After that Explorer died... and restarted.
I had to repeat this to configure anything but there is something that prevent TC's comunication.
Before that i have tried to run 1.01 version of TC but there was similar action. No comunication.
I do not remember how i manage to run 1.01 but it dies after few clicks. :/
What could i do to run TC properly?
(i have tried different compatibility mode but nothing changed
some of them need UAC confirmation some not)

For reasons that are as of yet unclear, T-Clock does not like to be run as administrator. I'm guessing due to the agressive session isolation in newer versions of Windows. If it is run as Admin, you can (should be able to ) run a Command Prompt as administrator an from the T-Clock directory run Clock.exe /exit to unload it without crashing the shell. T-Clock is developed and tested on Windows 7 Professional x64 ... So it should not require any compatability mode configuration.


Only thing that i start to suspects is Kaspersky Anti Virus software...

Now that is an intresting (albeit rather odd) prospect. Pleas do let me know if this can be confirmed.


In addition to this i have some ideas that could be useful.
TC is very good tool at displaying handy information in minimalistic way.
To minimize number of simultanously runnig applications this one could show:
- CPU usage as bars (with core division),
- RAM usage/free,
- HDD's temps from smart,
- batery and/or charge time.
configured in settings tab for taskbar and/or desktop surface (look for next idea).

I have read that there is a way to watch timer's counters but more handy could be a bunch of text lines,
displayed directly on desktop with countdown couters showing how much time left (to timers alarm - especially the long one).
Position of this could be configured in settings tab.
The same could be for be for  with cores, ram, hdd temp near clock)


I'm still on he fence on these, but (they have come up before)I may try it when I can get time to reopen the project.
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« Reply #361 on: August 14, 2011, 12:46:18 PM »

For reasons that are as of yet unclear, T-Clock does not like to be run as administrator. I'm guessing due to the agressive session isolation in newer versions of Windows. If it is run as Admin, you can (should be able to ) run a Command Prompt as administrator an from the T-Clock directory run Clock.exe /exit to unload it without crashing the shell. T-Clock is developed and tested on Windows 7 Professional x64 ... So it should not require any compatability mode configuration.
Only thing that i start to suspects is Kaspersky Anti Virus software...
Now that is an intresting (albeit rather odd) prospect. Pleas do let me know if this can be confirmed.
Yes - thats was the problem (:
When TC is running as nonpriviliedged user everything works fine. Thanks.
Kaspersky has nothing to do with this (:


In addition to this i have some ideas that could be useful.
TC is very good tool at displaying handy information in minimalistic way.
To minimize number of simultanously runnig applications this one could show:
- CPU usage as bars (with core division),
- RAM usage/free,
- HDD's temps from smart,
- batery and/or charge time.
configured in settings tab for taskbar and/or desktop surface (look for next idea).

I have read that there is a way to watch timer's counters but more handy could be a bunch of text lines,
displayed directly on desktop with countdown couters showing how much time left (to timers alarm - especially the long one).
Position of this could be configured in settings tab.
The same could be for be for  with cores, ram, hdd temp near clock)


I'm still on he fence on these, but (they have come up before)I may try it when I can get time to reopen the project.

Please put it on to-do list :-)

BTW/1: When configurin tooltip for long text message TC crops the tooltip...
BTW/2: Consider sections for clock/date and other handy information.
it could be nice to put for example: UPTime: 5d 7h (vertically centered) and then time and date in 2 lines...
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« Reply #362 on: August 22, 2011, 01:43:42 AM »

Hi. I have some suggestions.
1) Could you add an option to timer creation dialog that will automaticaly add this timer to timer watch list? I'm trying to quickly create timers using keyboard shortcuts, but then, if i want to watch them, i have to go through the menu with my mouse.
2) It would be great, if the timer watch dialog closed on [esc] press.
3) I have two monitor setup and my windows taskbar is on the secondary monitor, so is the T-Clock. But T-Clock's context menu pops up on my primary monitor - one monitor away from the point i click my mouse. If you fix this issue too, T-Clock will be perfect for me.
Thanks for your time and effort. Good luck.
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« Reply #363 on: August 24, 2011, 03:23:41 AM »

Could you, please, add an option to hide start button (Win XP), like in lclock & tclock light ?
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« Reply #364 on: September 02, 2011, 02:21:33 PM »

Mouse Click hours format

I have my Left mouse double click format set to

    _yyyy-mm-dd_hh"hrs"_nn"mins"

    for example  _2011-09-02_14hrs_22mins

I use this as a time stamp for files so I can track versions of the file.

On the Time Format tab I have my time option set to 12H as I prefer to see the time in the system tray in am/pm format.  Because of this, when I do my left double click the time does not come out in military time and thus my files will not sort correctly.

Is there a format to use instead of  hh  which will give me military time when I set the format for the mouse click but I have my basic Time format set to am/pm?

Is there a page somewhere that lists all the format codes?

   Mark

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« Reply #365 on: September 02, 2011, 05:35:10 PM »

Is there a format to use instead of  hh  which will give me military time when I set the format for the mouse click but I have my basic Time format set to am/pm?

Currently no. But it is something that I've been considering looking into.


Is there a page somewhere that lists all the format codes?

Yes, that would be the T-Clock Help.rtf file included with the download.
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« Reply #366 on: September 09, 2011, 06:05:36 PM »

Hello, (sorry for my bad english)

THANK YOU very much for this very useful program !!  Thmbsup

1. Could you make the alarm blinking in RED please ??
Because my windows 7 theme is in black color, so i put white for clock text color. But when the alarm blinks, i can't notice it because it blinks in white too  Sad  Can we have the possibility to choose a different color for the text blinking ?
2. Could you also make the background of T-Clock blink (for instance, the text blinks in RED and/or the background of T-clock blinks in BLUE)   
3. Could you also accelerate the speed of the blinking ? Currently the alarm blinks every 1 sec. I would like to make it blink faster to capture more the attention : blinking every 0.5 or 0.25 sec.
4. Does T-Clock automatically synchronize with time.windows.com (because i don't see synchronization option in T-Clock) ?

Hoping that those new features will make T-Clock even more unique and popular !! Thmbsup
Thanks a lot smiley
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« Reply #367 on: October 05, 2011, 06:39:04 PM »

hello thanks for great program,i have Suggestions,can you add solar date (farsi)?please add this
more about
Solar date

also this link have great info and other link
http://www.ozgrid.com/for...ad.php?t=80547&page=1

also see this easy learn
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iranian_calendars
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« Reply #368 on: October 08, 2011, 04:37:52 PM »

also for current time format for local:farsi must like this
ddd، dd mmm yyyy\nhh:nn:ss tt

so if you can add option when detect farsi local  autoselect this format
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« Reply #369 on: October 09, 2011, 09:18:01 AM »

The locale specific default format string sounds like it may be to hairy a can of worms to open. But the Solar Date thing sounds really interesting.

I'm hoping to be able to reopen the project sometime around the end of the year, so I'll look into the Solar Date then.
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« Reply #370 on: October 09, 2011, 11:25:05 AM »

thanks for great work,also so if you can add Hijri calendar ("Arabic calendar")
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_calendar
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« Reply #371 on: October 14, 2011, 04:31:35 AM »

hi
also Instead of start up shortcut,add auto start with registry
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run]
"T-Clock2010"="\"C:\\Program Files\\T-Clock2010\\Win32\\Clock.exe\""
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« Reply #372 on: November 03, 2011, 09:37:26 PM »

[EDIT : see next post !]

Hi Stoic,

I tried your T-Clock 2010 and it's quite nice !

However, I'm having a problem with GDI objects : as soon as I starts T-Clock, explorer.exe GDI starts to leak. Closing T-Clock solves half of the problem : leak stops but... I still need to close explorer.exe and restart it.

Would you have an idea of what could cause that ? Obviously, nobody else seem to have had this problem before! I thought it could be related to some component T-Clock uses as I've read stories about certain broken .Net versions causing leaks of that kind... But T-Clock seems to be C++, right?

BTW, I'm on Windows XP SP3.

[EDIT : see next post !]
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« Reply #373 on: November 03, 2011, 09:43:17 PM »

Ok...  embarassed I think I was using an earlier version. Let me try the newest build !
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« Reply #374 on: November 03, 2011, 10:05:05 PM »

But T-Clock seems to be C++, right?

Actually T-Clock is still written in (old school) pure C.

Sounds like you got it going, but let me know if it springs any more leaks. smiley
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