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T-Clock / Re: Calendar will not display
« on: November 05, 2016, 10:51 AM »
Thank you for the help and the pointer to the forum.

   Mark

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T-Clock / Re: Calendar will not display
« on: November 04, 2016, 09:32 PM »
Hi

I only discovered that there was the Redux version today and started using it.  I thought the old one, prior to Windows 10  had the ability to have the calendar display by hovering.   Thanks to your response I see now that it's a menu item.

Is there a particular place/way to suggest enhancement requests?

Thanks
   Mark

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T-Clock / Calendar will not display
« on: November 04, 2016, 03:45 PM »
Hi

Running version 2.4.2 build 459  on Windows 10

I have the checkbox checked for using T-clock's calendar.

When I hover the mouse over the T-clock formatted time I get the Windows clocks displayed.  I'm certain it's the windows clocks because I added additional clocks and they appear with the names I gave them.

What should I verify in my Windows and T-Clock settings to allow the calendar to appear.

Note:  My format for the date works as well as my assignments for single and double clicking.

   Mark

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T-Clock / Mouse Click hours format
« on: September 02, 2011, 02:21 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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Accidently posted into this thread by mistake.  sorry.
   Mark

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T-Clock / Re: T-Clock 2010 (beta - download)
« on: August 21, 2010, 11:45 PM »
Hi

I just noticed in the Beta 8 version that I just installed that there is a text wrapping issue in the About T-Clock box.  I've attached a screen shot.

The line in Bold that reads
   T-Clock 2010 x64 - Taskbar Clock -        

appears to have wrapped text to the next line but it is mostly obscured by the line that reads
   Stoic Joker 2006 - 2010

Perhaps this is the version number?

   Mark

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T-Clock / Re: T-Clock 2010 (beta - download)
« on: August 16, 2010, 09:41 AM »
Hi

Regarding the suggestions I made in

Re: T-Clock 2010 (beta - download)
« Reply #171 on: July 05, 2010, 08:23:43 AM »

I have an alternate idea to the  Auto rename feature.  I originally suggested:

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3 Auto Rename file for file drag and drop?

This might be possible now but it's beyond my knowledge of how one would set this up.

The idea here would be to rename a dropped file to have a predefined user date/time string appended as a prefix or suffix before the file extension.
This might be the same as the single click option for example or perhaps yet another string specifically for this purpose.
For example:
   Original file name:   Draft_ideas.doc
   Suffix Drag drop results in:   Draft_ideas_2010-07-02_02hrs_07mins.doc
   Prefix Drag drop results in:   2010-07-02_Draft_ideas.doc
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Rather than try and deal with drag and drop to do the rename, which I don't know if it is even possible, instead, add the capability to do the remname as a right click menu item when you selct the file.  For example, right click on a file in the windows explorer and the option to tclock-rename with prefix   and tclock-rename with suffix   is offered.

   Mark




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T-Clock / Re: T-Clock 2010 (beta - download)
« on: July 02, 2010, 01:27 PM »
Hello all

Just recently found T-Clock after years of using Dale Nurden's program.   
I'm glad to see this effort going on as I had always hoped there would be enhancements made. 
I use the functionality every day at both home and work.

I'd like to offer some enhancement ideas that may or may not have already been suggested.

1 Allow what is displayed when the mouse hovers over the date/time in the system tray to be user selectable. 
What I personally would select for example is to display the current months calendar. 
This allows you to quickly see the month without using up one of your mouse click options

2  Add right click capability to match the left click.
   Note: Middle button on Win 7 Pro brings up "document flip"  so we really only have 2 copies not 4 available.

My motivation for this is to give us at least one if not two additional copy strings.

Example use case:
--- Left Single Click - copy the current date time as a Prefix - e.g. yyyy-mm-dd_
--- Left Double Click - copy the current date time as a Suffix - e.g. _yyyy-mm-dd_hh"hrs"_mm"mins"
--- Right Single Click - copy in a user defined string - e.g.  an email address,   [email protected]
--- Right Double Click - copy in a user defined string - e.g.  an email address,   [email protected]

3 Auto Rename file for file drag and drop?

This might be possible now but it's beyond my knowledge of how one would set this up.

The idea here would be to rename a dropped file to have a predefined user date/time string appended as a prefix or suffix before the file extension.
This might be the same as the single click option for example or perhaps yet another string specifically for this purpose.
For example:
   Original file name:   Draft_ideas.doc
   Suffix Drag drop results in:   Draft_ideas_2010-07-02_02hrs_07mins.doc
   Prefix Drag drop results in:   2010-07-02_Draft_ideas.doc

4  Drag and drop the clock ?

I've got no idea if this is even remotely possible....
   What if you click down on the date/time in the system tray and drag and drop it?
   Could this be made to paste a string?

I hope to one day get modern coding skills back up to date and join you all as contributing developers.

   Thanks again for your efforts

   Mark



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