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killen

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Re: T-Clock 2010 (download)
« Reply #825 on: February 24, 2018, 02:40 PM »
Well, yes, it is logical that it was displayed as well as the day (if this option is), followed and separated by a comma. In the option that there are shown all the weeks and their numbers, and so it would only be current, when you hover on a specific line. But it does not dazzle and informative!

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Re: T-Clock 2010 (download)
« Reply #826 on: February 25, 2018, 02:03 AM »
Good afternoon, I found a well-translated program in Russian. But there the delay happens almost every time you switch to the "Text Clock" tab. Do not tell me why? And how can this be remedied?

T-Clock Redux 2.4.4 Build 492 (x86/x64) Russian Portable RePack

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Re: T-Clock 2010 (download)
« Reply #827 on: February 26, 2018, 05:08 AM »
[...] well-translated [...]
Well.. maybe if you're talking about the translated text... everything else seems to be a bit buggy (at best)
I couldn't find the source code for it, so I can't really tell what's wrong (also not T-Clock's problem) but you should probably take a look at those color controls...
My latest release of T-Clock Redux can always be found here, on my Github releases page

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Re: T-Clock 2010 (download)
« Reply #828 on: July 20, 2018, 07:25 AM »
Just logged in to say thanks very much for T-Clock.  :up:

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Re: T-Clock 2010 (download)
« Reply #829 on: August 23, 2018, 06:25 AM »
Many thanks for the watch, which finally looks exactly as I need.

I logged in to report on minor issue that you might want to correct in the future. The attached picture shows that the font in the bottom window (Advanced Clock Format) is half as large as it should be. I guess the reason is that I set a large interface fonts in my Windows 7 (150%).

font_issue_report.pngT-Clock 2010 (download)

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Re: T-Clock 2010 (download)
« Reply #830 on: August 23, 2018, 08:14 AM »
[...] font [...] is half as large as it should be. I guess the reason is that I set a large interface fonts in my Windows 7 (150%).
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you're right about your "guess", it's a known problem. See: #65 and #72 (Pull request)
It's not that easy to fix... though I might consider adding an "high-DPI" check to simply remove that mono-spaced font for the time being. It'll probably take forever for the UI rewrite
My latest release of T-Clock Redux can always be found here, on my Github releases page

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Re: T-Clock 2010 (download)
« Reply #831 on: October 03, 2018, 05:54 AM »
Hi! Is there a possibility to schedule a reminder to some point in the calendar? If not, is it possible to add a (optional) date field to alarm definition? I used Chameleon Clock before, mostly for quick reminders creation, but after upgrading to Windows 10, it can't build into the tray, so I consider switching to t-clock, but without possibility to set a date for an alarm, it looks more like a skin than a tool : ( Or, maybe i'm missing some option? Thanks in advance!

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Re: T-Clock 2010 (download)
« Reply #832 on: October 03, 2018, 08:49 AM »
[...] Or, maybe i'm missing some option? Thanks in advance!
I'm afraid you're not missing anything. A proper scheduler is indeed missing (well the backend supports it now, but I haven't done the frontend yet)
I can't really give you an eta. either... it's part of the UI improvements I'd like to add and that stuff isn't that easy to implement. (well, I'm actually more stuck at design decisions)

So T-Clock is currently not what you're looking for.
My latest release of T-Clock Redux can always be found here, on my Github releases page

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Re: T-Clock 2010 (download)
« Reply #833 on: October 03, 2018, 12:36 PM »
Unfortunately it seems, this is the only clock, compatible with Windows 10... Except some buggy 1st-Clock, hardly customizable, having problems with unicode and asking for money : )
I was unable to find an existing backend, but guess the following should work when added to AlarmNextTimestamp()
if (api.GetInt(g_alarmkey, L"Once", 0) && api.GetInt(g_alarmkey, L"Day", 0) && api.GetInt(g_alarmkey, L"Month", 0)) {
int month = api.GetInt(g_alarmkey, L"Month", 0) - 1;
if (tm.tm_mon > month) ++tm.tm_year;
tm.tm_mday = api.GetInt(g_alarmkey, L"Day", 0);
tm.tm_mon = month;
}
Actually I tried it with regedit and it seems to work.
Then only two more texboxes on alarm settings page are needed to make it work somehow... I can try to add them myself... But I've never deal with UI in c++. But that might be an interesting challenge : )

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Re: T-Clock 2010 (download)
« Reply #834 on: October 04, 2018, 08:08 AM »
Now it works (as a first iteration). Lots of improvements possible, but it fits my basic needs. Hopefully that's helpful for somebody else. Created a PR