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T-Clock / Re: T-Clock mostly obscured by black rectangle
« on: December 09, 2018, 07:25 PM »
The anomaly reoccurred. Because I was paying closer attention to it, I discovered that the black rectangle actually appears before T-Clock does, meaning it is probably some screwup in Win10 and/or its built-in clock rather than T-Clock itself.

Also restarting Explorer does not help.

T-Clock / Re: T-Clock mostly obscured by black rectangle
« on: December 06, 2018, 07:05 AM »
Hmmm. It seems that explorestart.exe doesn't actually restart explorer (at least on my computer). I had to restart it due to an unrelated anomaly, tried explorestart.exe which again did nothing, so tried the instructions for that anomaly, which was to restart it through Task Manager. This solved the new problem, the icons on the taskbar disappeared and the opened instance of Explorer on the taskbar closed (unlike with explorestart.exe which did none of this).

I'll try restarting Explorer from Task Manager next time I experience the anomaly, to see if this will help.

T-Clock / Re: T-Clock mostly obscured by black rectangle
« on: December 04, 2018, 08:09 PM »
Sorry for the delay, I had to wait for the anomaly to reoccur (some days it does, some days it doesn't).

September this year.
<Print screen> key, then
Correct. I believe I hid or turned off the 'Notifications' button soon after I installed Windows 10 (it was just notifying me of inane trivia). The button immediately to the left of T-Clock is the Network button.
Mouseover gives the full date, same for both obscured and unobscured part.
"Refresh T-Clock" makes no difference.
Restarting T-Clock makes no difference. Restarting Explorer with explorestart.exe makes no difference.

I think the Notifications & restarting bits are covered above.
I start T-Clock with Windows (there's just a few seconds of the default Windows clock), and the problem appears to occur immediately on T-Clock loading.

T-Clock / T-Clock mostly obscured by black rectangle
« on: December 01, 2018, 08:11 PM »
Since moving to Win10, T-Clock has been intermittently been partially (but mostly) obscured by a black rectangle in the bottom right of the screen. The first digit of the time and the first 2.5 characters of the day-of-the-week are visible to the left of this rectangle. The problem occurs at startup, can generally be fixed by rebooting, but eventually reoccurs (after further reboots).

Oddly enough, on attempting a screen-grab of the problem, the rectangle appears as transparent/'blank' (at least in the editor), rather than black:

T-Clock version is "T-Clock Redux x64 - 2.4.4 build 492"

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