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This really is a great app, I can't really see any room for improvement. Thanks for making it availabe tho'!

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This is one of my favorite apps in Windows, yes it is strange that all it does is change the appearance of the clock (and provide a calendar which is pretty limited). :yes:

I wish this was still being developed, but this does work just fine, it does everything I could want it too :yes:

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Same here, I wish it had the double click minimise all windows option like TClock though.

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Sorry for my English.

Please send me on user13@mail.wplus.net source code of LClock for study. I'm student from Russia.

Thanks!

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Thanks for this very useful piece of software, I've been using it happily so much it's a sure install on all of my pcs.

A question: any chance that will be added a sinchronization feature with google Calendar? all in all, it's just iCal :))

thanks

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Been using my skinned LCLOCK for almost 2 years now - still my favorite clock app!

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where are the sources?

I wrote you in december, but you didn't send me them....

In your posts you promised to send sources whenever asked for.

Please don't violate GPL license!

my e-mail: deavyinc@gmail.com

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where are the sources?

I wrote you in december, but you didn't send me them....

In your posts you promised to send sources whenever asked for.

Please don't violate GPL license!

my e-mail: deavyinc@gmail.com

I don't think that tone is very appropriate Deavy. I hope that you were being sarcastic or joking. Many of us have contacted RCube about the source code, and he hasn't gotten around to answering any of us. This does not mean that he is violating any licenses, he is just busy, as he has stated repeatedly.

The man hasnt posted ANYTHING on Neowin since August 4th 2006!

He has stated repeatedly that he is more than willing to share the code, and I'm sure if he were around, he would. I have followed this project since it's initial release, and I just as much as anyone would love to see it continue. Unfortunately people get busy with Life sometimes.

Just try to be patient.

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Hasn't this piece of software been taken in as a Neowin community application (or something like that)?

The Neowin membership rules state that:

"You agree not to post any copyrighted material unless the copyright is owned by you or by this bulletin board."

So, knowing that the LClock is GPL'd (and possibly under the wing of Neowin to some extent), couldn't someone who has the source code, post it so that we all can benefit, instead of waiting for RCube to respond?

Could it not also be entered as a project on a site like Sourceforge?

...Just my thoughts :whistle:

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Hasn't this piece of software been taken in as a Neowin community application (or something like that)?

The Neowin membership rules state that:

"You agree not to post any copyrighted material unless the copyright is owned by you or by this bulletin board."

So, knowing that the LClock is GPL'd (and possibly under the wing of Neowin to some extent), couldn't someone who has the source code, post it so that we all can benefit, instead of waiting for RCube to respond?

Could it not also be entered as a project on a site like Sourceforge?

...Just my thoughts :whistle:

It never became a Neowin community application. Sourceforge would be up to RCube. As far as I know, he's the only one with the code so far, so its all on him.

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Is there a Vista version?

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I did some searching, and I can't find a vista release. Sorry Ogden2k.

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It works (sortof) on Vista. The only problem I've had is that I can't adjust LClock's properties because Windows' Data Execution Prevention keeps shutting down the rundll32.

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If there was a tango skin I'd use it.

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Edit, you can still configure the clock thru its .ini file though. Still haven't found a way to get around that problem of the rundll32 being shut down by Window's DEP.

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Hi, very very nice, using it now!!! Keep it UUUUUUP

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mine's looks better than this one .. :rolleyes:

mine looks better :pinch:

soory for the double post . :sleep:

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yea a tango one would be nice

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could i ask if anyone has this skin for lclock, i guess it's from the xp vista transformation pakc.

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if not, does anyone know where to find it w/o installing the vtp?

many thnx!

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Please send me source code of LClock.

My e-mail: mimas@ukr.net

Thanks.

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Please send me source code of LClock.

My e-mail: mimas@ukr.net

Thanks.

There are no source code of this program :(

I'm asked author at fall, 2006, but have no answer :(

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Still using this app today. Incredible how well written this is!

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Is there a Vista version?

Any progress for Vista Version? :(

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