[UPDATE] Free 'Clearview' desktop clock v1.2

FlexibleLearning.com 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,

Hugh Senior
FLCo



Shawn wrote:

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
> wrote:

> 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
> windows
>
> Download at www.FlexibleLearning.com/freeclock
>
>
> With best regards,
>
> Hugh Senior
> FLCo
> 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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