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Stoic Joker:
Okay, this one is kind of a quicky - but it's for a weird issue that has plagued TC forever. The font size calculation had a bugg that caused the size 8 font to be way tiny (and almost impossible to see). I've reworked the calculation method so now size 8 is actually size 8. While this change causes the clock text to need to be repositioned after settings are applied,  each time (in testing) it needed to be repositioned back to 0 instead of the offset I'd been using to center the clock. This implies (to me) that it's now being calculated correctly which finally allows the clock to properly self-center itself.

I also bumped up the font creation quality to ClearType Natural (it was draft) ... which seems a bit crisper, but I'll leave it up to you folks to let me know if it really is better. Download available it the usual place.

Thank you,

Stoic Joker

mouser:
Just reporting that the new version works well for me, as did the old version.
I never used the advanced features so i can't really comment on that, except to say that finding t-clock version for windows x64 was a godsend to me.

Here are the date time formatting settings i use; frankly i don't know why anyone on earth would use anything but these, so i suggest they be made not only the defaults, but the only option available unless the user is willing to hack the executable:


Stoic Joker:
Here are the date time formatting settings i use; frankly i don't know why anyone on earth would use anything but these, so i suggest they be made not only the defaults, but the only option available unless the user is willing to hack the executable:-mouser (March 25, 2010, 07:29 AM)
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That seems a bit harsh...even by my (lack of) standards... ;)

That looks like an awfully old build in the screenshot, but in defense (hehe) of alternate settings, here's  my current config at the office.

mouser:
you're right, i screenshotted the old build so i could copy over my settings; the new organization is a nice improvement  :up:

ewemoa:
Trying out T-Clock 2010 (alpha -6- Release to DC).zip

Didn't know about
The font issues

Inspired to try
A different format

Used to use
  yyyy-mm-dd hh:nn:ss
But now trying
  yyyy-mm-dd\nhh:nn

Amazingly it works

Especially when one
Configures small font
And text position

Though the muscles
Of my eyes
Might feel twinges

In other news
Noticed original spelling
Of the name
Of user-contributed encyclopedia
In help doc

Thanks for listening
Perhaps this was
A bit much  ;)

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