WildBill

TClock3 0.3.5

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Fun with screenshots. Laptop running Win2k SP4...forgive the quality, but there's a 200k limit :unsure:

You're way under the limit!

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Not really. The forum has a 200k limit for the total of all attachments, and I had attached seven pictures.

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Not really. The forum has a 200k limit for the total of all attachments, and I had attached seven pictures.

Then make a separate post for each one. That's how I have been doing it.

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It would be too much, I still think uploading to something like imageshack is the best.

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I'm slowly getting general skinning working, starting with window borders. I don't know if this is all that necessary, but I've made rapid progress...

TClock3 0.3.3 also has quite a lot of changes made to the registry. I've moved a lot of the image properties to a standard pop-up dialog and I've standardized many of the registry settings as a result. This will break compatibility with existing setups, so you'll have to make some changes to the settings when you run it. Of course, if you're using a WindowBlinds skin, a simple solution is to simply reload the skin and click Ok.

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Bill: do you have any ideas about my flashing/blinking taskbar issue?

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I haven't tried setting it to display seconds, but I'll try to remember to test it before I release it. At the moment getting border skinning working correctly is consuming all of my attention...

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I tried a custom format setting of h:nn:ss tt and the seconds ticked fine with no flickering.

System specs:

Windows 2000 Pro SP4

Intel P-IV 3.4GHz

4Gb RAM

ATI Radeon X1800XT

What type of system are you seeing flickering on? Is the entire taskbar flickering? If not, which part of it is?

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Is it possible to see some screenshots of how this pack transform Windows 2000 without any additional software like WindowBlinds etc.?

Thanks a lot :)

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There are some on earlier pages in this thread that I posted specifically to show what it can do.

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Nice one wildbill, please hit me with the new update.

cant wait for it to see it man.

damian666

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What type of system are you seeing flickering on?

WIN2K SP4 + USP5 is the OS. System specs are Athlon M 2400, 1 GB RAM, GeForceFX 5500.

Is the entire taskbar flickering? If not, which part of it is?

Yeah, the whole taskbar. Actually I checked and it flickers for me on the second even if seconds aren't used in the clock format any time the taskbar is not in focus. If I get the chance i'll try to make a short clip of it so you can see what's happening (not just now, though).

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There are some on earlier pages in this thread that I posted specifically to show what it can do.

Ok WildBill, downloading now :)

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Hee-hee. It appears to be another fork of TClock2, like mine is. It will be interesting to see where it leads. I'm not sure if I've seen it before or not. I think the author asked me if we wanted to collaborate, but I'm not sure. I don't spend nearly as much time on this as I'd like so my memory is hazy.

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