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.Yes - thats was the problem (: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.-ersers (August 13, 2011, 04:43 PM)-Stoic Joker (August 14, 2011, 10:40 AM)
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)-ersers (August 13, 2011, 04:43 PM)
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.-Stoic Joker (August 14, 2011, 10:40 AM)
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...