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t42, did you try deactivating other apps to find if one of them may be interfering with TClock?
-LonelyPixel (November 10, 2012, 08:27 AM)
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In fact almost nothing to deactivate, because I made several new installations, x86 including, only to test  TClock.


      /exit   : Exit T-Clock 2010
      /prop   : Open T-Clock 2010 Properties
      /start   : Start the Stopwatch Counter (open as/if needed)
      /stop   : Stop (pause really) the Stopwatch Counter
      /lap   : Record a (the current) Lap Time
      /reset   : Reset Stopwatch to 0 (stop as/if needed)
-Stoic Joker (November 11, 2012, 08:49 AM)
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All above commands are working OK. Changing the time format in /prop mode is working after restart.
Changing various "Clock Text" options and quality doesn't remove unresponsiveness.

Please note that in the safe mode TClock is fully functional.


Also might be worth a shot to try the released with sourcecode build 98 to see if it behaves differently.
-Stoic Joker (November 11, 2012, 08:49 AM)
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Can someone kindly compile the build 98 code? Unluckily I can't compile nothing except assembler and usual Linux routine.

t42, the archive already contains executable files, in the directory "Release". I've just noticed that while building it here and looking for the actual build result in that complicated directory structure. I didn't find the download anymore, though, so you'd have to search for that if you don't already have it. (I've downloaded it 2 weeks ago and can't remember from where exactly.)

the archive already contains executable files
-LonelyPixel (November 12, 2012, 10:50 AM)
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Thanks, I've got it. Same unresponsiveness as build 95.


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