[UPDATE] Free 'Clearview' desktop clock v1.2
admin at FlexibleLearning.com
Sat Oct 6 14:06:05 CDT 2012
The clock's display and position are stored in a temporary file only. This
seems the least intrusive way of managing things for a non-critical program.
If the temp file is deleted (which is perhaps what your system does on
re-boot), default settings are restored.
Cool you can add the clock to Auto-Launch... I tend to use Windows, and
haven't figured out how to do this!
With best regards,
The clock does remember location upon relaunch as long as you haven't
rebooted. I've also added to Auto-Launch and it launches upon reboot, but
does not remember location.
I love Clockview!
On Sat, Oct 6, 2012 at 6:38 AM, FlexibleLearning <admin at flexiblelearning.com
> As requested by the community:
> - Linux build is available
> - Multiple monitors are now supported
> - Location is restored on re-launch
> - 'About' is now a systemWindow so should not be hidden behind other
> Download at www.FlexibleLearning.com/freeclock
> With best regards,
> Hugh Senior
> The home of:
> - ChartMaker www.FlexibleLearning.com/chartmaker
> - DatePicker www.FlexibleLearning.com/datepicker
> - The Scripter's Scrapbook www.FlexibleLearning.com/ssbk
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