Longhorn Systray Clock


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We would love to see more features.

Like what?

I prefer it if Rcube does not bloat this program because I believe the purpose of this program is to customize the system default clock's appearance and so far it does the job very well. :)

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Yay for updates!  Just a reminder, don't forget about the horizontal offset for AM/PM!

The minutes and am/pm are perfectly aligned in both standard and cleartype mode. So I don't think there is a need for a horizontal offset for AM/PM.

Jstphish, I think the first one is from your screenshot:

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Master Xen's screenshot:

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agree, for PM. but AM could use a single pixel on the left side. I suppose PM would look "better" that way too. anyone agrees?

Edit > No aggression or offence here, it's just a suggestion ;) I'm one of those too which are fighting for the rights of pixels. WE WANT A FREE PIXEL! WE WANT A FREE PIXEL! :D

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Yeah, I think it should be over to the right just a little bit. If it was possible to align it on the right side, but with the #s changing every minute I guess it wouldn't be. Still perfect :D I don't really use AM and PM too much anyway.

If you can tell if it's night or day, then you need to move (For you people near the poles who get sun all day :p )

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If you can tell if it's night or day, then you need to move (For you people near the poles who get sun all day  :p )

Uuuhmm... NO!

if you can't tell if it's night or day, then you should lift your eyes and look through that square in the wall.

if you can see something (it's called "real world", I know, strange, but, uuhm... nevermind) it's called "day". this means, if your provider charges night/day differently, the electricity your computer is using is expensive and the internet is slow because of all the n00bs using it.

if you can't see anything, then, everything is allright :shifty:

so basically you could do it that way too: internet slow = day, internet fast = night.

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Uuuhmm... NO!

if you can't tell if it's night or day, then you should lift your eyes and look through that square in the wall.

if you can see something (it's called "real world", I know, strange, but, uuhm... nevermind) it's called "day". this means, if your provider charges night/day differently, the electricity your computer is using is expensive and the internet is slow because of all the n00bs using it.

if you can't see anything, then, everything is allright :shifty:

so basically you could do it that way too: internet slow = day, internet fast = night.

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL fsck.. LMAO..

dude, you made my day.. LOL

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Thx for your work RCube !! This app rocks !!

Really much appreciated. :D

I have a feature request.

Would it be possible to have an option to put the day of the week like : SU/MO/TU/WE/TH/FR/SA , instead of PM/AM ????

I would be cool for those who use a 24h clock.

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I have a feature request.

Would it be possible to have an option to put the day of the week like : SU/MO/TU/WE/TH/FR/SA , instead of PM/AM ????

I would be cool for those who use a 24h clock.

I second that...

Or instead the day of the month?

like:

/| |??| 22

?| |__| 06

where 06 is the day

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Like what?

I prefer it if Rcube does not bloat this program because I believe the purpose of this program is to customize the system default clock's appearance and so far it does the job very well. :)

I agree completely on that. It's only using 388k of ram and no cpu on this machine

and I personally would like it to stay that way :D

<edit> but to make the date visible somehow in there would be the only thing I'd like to see added

to me that would make it complete imho</edit>

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regarding the last 3 posts in here: I like the clock to be as it says in the thread title: Longhorn Systray Clock

it's perfect the way it is, and I strongly recomment not adding *groundbreaking* (whatever that is :laugh: ) features.

sure, the clock can be developed further, but then I say there should be another thread because the clock should be as it is in here.

$0,02

/me

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Thx for your work RCube !! This app rocks !!

Really much appreciated. :D

I have a feature request.

Would it be possible to have an option to put the day of the week like : SU/MO/TU/WE/TH/FR/SA , instead of PM/AM ????

I would be cool for those who use a 24h clock.

:yes: Best idea so far.

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Ok next version of LClock will get "horizontal offset for AM/PM".

As for the other features...I might add it, if it doesn't deviate too far from the current clock.

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Ok next version of LClock will get "horizontal offset for AM/PM".

As for the other features...I might add it, if it doesn't deviate too far from the current clock.

Yay! It's not needed too much. What you have is enough, but that would be great :D

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1.22a July 09, 2004

- Horizontal offset for AM/PM.

- When in 24hour mode, AM/PM changes to Day of the Week: SU/MO/TU/WE/TH/FR/SA

So when you are in 24 hour mode, AM/PM will change to day of the week. To display it, go into the LClock control panel tool and make sure "Show AM/PM or Day of the Week" is checked.

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This app was already 100% cool . You just made it 200%

:bounce:

Thanks for your work RCube !! :D

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Neat app!! Far better than TClock :D Thanks!!

The only thing that I miss from TClock is the possibility to edit the context menu in tcmenu.txt, you can put your own shortcuts in there;

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"System Properties" "C:\WINDOWS\system32\sysdm.cpl"

"Taskbar Properties" 413

"Task Manager..." 420

"Device Manager" "C:Windows\System32\devmgmt.msc"

"Services" "C:Windows\\system32\services.msc" /s /a

"Run..." 401

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"Monitor Standby" wizmo.exe quiet monoff

"Hibernate" wizmo.exe quiet hibernate

"Standby" wizmo.exe quiet standby

"Reboot" wizmo.exe quiet reboot!

"Shutdown" wizmo.exe quiet exit!

Is it possible to implant that?

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