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pilgrim:
Although I do not use the built-in calendar have a look at T-Clock 2010\Properties\Miscellaneous - Calendar: First Week of Year (Change to 1.)
Unless I'm missing something that should put it right.

LonelyPixel:
Although I do not use the built-in calendar have a look at T-Clock 2010\Properties\Miscellaneous - Calendar: First Week of Year (Change to 1.)
-pilgrim-online (January 24, 2013, 04:02 AM)
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It doesn't change the week number displayed in the main clock. I don't use the calendar, there's other solutions for that. I just keep the current week number displayed near the date and time. Right now it says "3" but it's actually already "4".

pilgrim:
I've just being doing some reading on this and in XP in particular it appears to be down to the regional settings in some countries, as applied by MS.
(http://zijlema.basicguru.eu/wrongweek.html)

What I didn't find was a solution!

LonelyPixel:
Windows 7 here.
I'm using the time format:
Wm   = ISO Numeric Week-Of-Year – Starting Monday.

Stoic Joker:
For the calendar's week number set the (miscellaneous tab) first week of year back to 0
For the Clock use Ww to use the SWN (Simple Week Number) option

That should get both to display week 4

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