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Author Topic: Windows 11 compatibility ?  (Read 1907 times)

ofarrell86

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Windows 11 compatibility ?
« on: October 06, 2021, 12:24 PM »
Any chance some clever coders could get this to work with Windows 11 pretty please ?

bison_but_russian

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Re: Windows 11 compatibility ?
« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2021, 12:45 PM »
I second that very much, we're in need of W11 support.

Willing to donate.

T-Clock actually works on Windows 11 if you install this, but this is, well, a somewhat dirty workaround.

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Re: Windows 11 compatibility ?
« Reply #2 on: November 12, 2021, 08:18 PM »
Well, it's good to see that I'm not the only one having problems. 

I copied my t-clock directory, including ini, from a Win10 machine that I normally use, to a Win11 machine that I just upgraded.   T-Clock has a process running, but doesn't show the clock.

I saw that in the issues tracker, someone says it requires TrayClockWClass which no longer exists in Win11. 

It may simply not be doable any more.  That's a shame, I really liked having a well formatted and informative datetime display.

https://github.com/W...r/T-Clock/issues/257