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You guys are right the clock was off by 1 pixel. Version 1.04a should fix that problem. Please update! :)

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This is some very nice software, and it blends in so nicely with the rest of windows. Doing the 4 clicks to quit thing was a good plan. Thanks.

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Very cool, nice work. (Y)

You get a NIP.. ;)

Thread NIP'ed #223

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wow that was a quick update :)

looks great!! makes my desktop a little more unique,

thanks alot RCube :D

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RCube,

took a screenshot and edited it a little by adding 1 pixel of space between the hour and minutes. if you're still open to suggestions, and if it's possible to do, it looks a little better with the 1 pixel space added, IMO :happy:

minor change but spacing is more even it seems

post-34-1082001671.jpg

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You guys are right the clock was off by 1 pixel. Version 1.04a should fix that problem. Please update! :)

Awesome RCube!

Are you going to see about Neowin branding it?

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Nice work on the app RCube.

One thing I was wondering though, since this is a derivative from TClock, I can't run a second instance of it, so I'd like to ask if it would be possible that you bring back the start button customization feature?

Thanks! Keep up the great work =)

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[b]BxBoy[/b] thanx for the NIP! :)

[b]crazy1[/b] is right, the min and hour were too close together.
So 1 pixel gap added in [b]1.05a[/b]. Also single text shadow themes such as "Azure" works now.

[b]BTallack[/b], how does Neowin branding work?

[b]jbo[/b], I don't want to go into TClock's territory too much. And I like to get all the bugs out of the clock right now. But maybe a very simple way to customize the start button can be worked into LClock2 in the near future. :)

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this is awesome i love it =) keep up the good work

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Can I change the font?

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[quote name='RCube' date='Apr 15 2004, 10:30'][b]BTallack[/b], how does Neowin branding work?[/quote]
There are several Neowin branded programs right now, such as AutoPatcher or UXTheme Multi-patch. Both of these are utilities that simply have the Neowin prefix and are supported by Neowin's members. There's a specific section of the forum for Neowin branded applications.
To make it official though, I believe you'd have to contact one of the Admins. PM Redmak, Voodoo, or Neobond. They all usually pretty quick to get back to you.

BTW, if you need a mirror for your program, I'd be glad to provide one for you.

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Thanks for exellent work :happy:

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thanks!!. The only thing that I likes of lh is the tray clock. Thanks again! (only 238KB!)
edit
and the most important thing is that no needs .net framework!! :D Edited by Trust

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You're really doing a great job RCube, 1.05a is great!!

keep up the great work :)

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hey is there a way to make it start with windows?

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Add it to the startup folder in the start menu.

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Everybody please update to [b]1.10a[/b]. It has some cool new features that should make everybody happy. :D Just play with the [b]LClock2.ini[/b] file.

[b]superclo[/b], now you can use 24hour time or double digit hours. And also take off the AM/PM.

[b]jbo[/b], you got that start button. Look in the LClock2.ini file. Also startbtn.bmp. :D

[b]TonicX[/b], now you can change the font/size/etc. But you might have to play around with the position setting once you change the font.

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Sexcellent! BTW, did anyone welcome you to Neowin. RCube? Welcome.

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:D thanks for the quick reply
awesome app
now in my start folder
keep up the good work :D

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even better!. Thanks again!! :D

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Rcube, you have done some amazing enchancements in this release! I cannot think of anything more this app would need ;)

I am in your debt! The least I can do is to host this app for you, if the need be.

Much respect! [img]http://www.maxjbo.com/boards/emotes/worthy.gif[/img]

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Quite a nice clock.

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Thanx BTallack! :) And thank you guys for offering to host the little program. Once development slows down a bit I'll let you guys know. ;) And yeah I don't mind getting it Neowin branded. :)

So we are at [b]1.11a[/b]. I have made an installer to go with the program. :D

Now I am looking for a cool icon to go with the program. If you are interested in having your icon as the offical LClock icon, please post some designs here. :p But it must be small in file size.

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would be good to make it like fade from one minute to another, and hour to hour a simple fade, but of course i dunno how to do that hehe :ninja:

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Working on an icon for you Rcube. Do you have any idea of how you want it to look?

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