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displayfusion taskbar clock ignores regional settings

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Lee_Dailey
13 discussion posts
howdy y'all,

- config ...
os = win7 pro, fully patched
displayfusion = pro 3.2.0
dual monitor setup = amd hd 2600xt & [2] samsung 770tft

i've running a 30-day eval license of display fusion and liking it so far. i've noticed a bit of a glitch with the clock on the DF taskbar on my 2nd screen. the clock is showing ...

[format 1]
4:50 PM
10/2/2010

while the main monitor is showing things as my regional settings have been tweaked to be. thus ...

[format 2]
4.50 PM
2010-10-02

that's easier for me to read for some reason. i tried switching the clock from right to left and it still shows format 1. restarting also has no effect. is this a known problem or have i found a prob particular to me?

take care,
lee
Oct 2, 2010  • #1
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Can you give this new Beta 1 a try:
http://www.displayfusion.com/Download/Beta/

I'd be interested to hear if it works for you. :)
Oct 6, 2010  • #2
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Lee_Dailey
13 discussion posts
howdy Jon Tackabury,

when i got the notice for this msg, i looked at the taskbar clock on the 2nd monitor and the darned thing is showing the date as it _should_ now. i'm bumfuzzled. didn't notice when it happened ... sorry.

it's showing in [format 1] now and i am a tad wary of beta stuff. [*grin*] i seem to attract oddness. if you want, i can still try the beta but i don't think there's any point to it now.

thanks for your response!

take care,
lee
Oct 6, 2010  • #3
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MaximKorobov
120 discussion posts
I tried beta 1 with TaskbarsClockText like "dd.mm.yy, dddd, hh:mm".
TClock Light with same template shows on Windows tasbar text "07.10.10, tchetverg (Thursday), 16:31". DF clock shows "07.10.10, tchetverg (Thursday), 04:31".
Seems like something wrong with 24-hour time on my PC.
Oct 7, 2010  • #4
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@Lee: Glad to hear it's working now! :)

@MaximKorobov: You need to use "dd.mm.yy, dddd, HH:mm", the capital HH means 24 hour, lower case means 12 hour. :)
Oct 8, 2010  • #5
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MaximKorobov
120 discussion posts
OK! I replaced hh to HH as you said and it work like a sharm.
Thank you for it.
Nov 20, 2010  • #6
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
No problem, thanks for following-up. :)
Nov 28, 2010  • #7
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