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Longhorn-style system tray clock

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canadian397    0

if i want to remove it, can i? Like i may want the old clock back, can i?

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nuka_t    0

^click on it 4 times quickly (i hope im talking about the right one)

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canadian397    0

nvm, i'm an idiot, lol

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Jase    119
how come I get an error when pressing clock config? :huh:

me 2!!! :huh: :wacko:

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sting3r    0
me 2!!! :huh: :wacko:

3rd that... maybe we dont have .net?

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sting3r    0

help...

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qqqqllll    0

Thank you!

谢谢了

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leojei    12

Nice piece of work. I have some suggestions to the design :D

- A skin manager (hee~)

- A selection rectangle (or whatever) to show which date you're selected in the Calendar. Now it just has a rectangle showing which day is today, doesn't show which day you've clicked on

- Different double-clicking trigger. Somehow I clicked on two different days fast and the Event dialog pops up. I suppose that's the respond to the double-click trigger.

- Add an option so the Calendar will fade away when it's not on focus.

- Make the Calendar movable (dragable)

I look forward to further release. Keep this great work going~

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o0awsk8r0o    0

i downloaded lclock but i cant find anything regarding the calender

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TCA    114

i keep getting an error

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+unabatedshagie    10

Personally I would use lclock over this, you can get lclock from here

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TCA    114

i did try that one and it just gives me an error :(

Edited by fearthespear

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SamNeeds    0

Damn DivLog! Those are some ugly clocks!

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maheshcm    0
Here we have a basic Longhorn-style tray clock.

Version 0.5 ---> New Release! Version .75 , see later post. Download links are updated

LonghornClock, download here

long3.giflong1.giflong2.gif

Important Points!!:

**Run clockConfig.exe to select a skin, before you run LonghornClock

**Right-click the clock to make it disappear for 3 seconds, so you can access the real system clock and any of its functions.

**Double-click the clock to make it exit.

There are a few more points in Release Notes.txt in the zip file. Please look at that before you ask any questions.

It's using VB.NET as I couldn't get ClearType with VB6. As a result, it's a memory hog but leak-free and easy on the processor.

VERSION .75 had an integer overflow, how stupid of me. Now .751

Questions? Comments? Feature-Requests? Bugs? This is meant to be really basic. I don't really like the windows API...

-Suneet U.

Hey can u please mail me the source code..

I would like to have alook into it and try few things with it..

Looking forward for your mail

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samg    2
Hey can u please mail me the source code..

I would like to have alook into it and try few things with it..

Looking forward for your mail

The guy is still active (last visited today) but proberly wont check this topic.

You'd be best PMing him.

Good luck

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littlealien    0

Fri

I also want source code to see how it is written..

my email address is phoohtoo@gmail.com

Tnanks.

Hey can u please mail me the source code..

I would like to have alook into it and try few things with it..

Looking forward for your mail

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Yusuf M.    1,350

Please don't resurrect old threads.

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