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T-Clock again

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MBaas
18 discussion posts
So I wanted to post about T-Clock...and then I thought I'd have a look at what has been posted already. And I see it won't work with DF's taskbar. Ok, but because of the jumplist (a feature I previously missed because I did not use DF-Tb) that I would like to use now...I'd like to find a way to get the same info as before. I saw Keith asking another poster what I was expecting...so I thought I'll show what I'd like to have (see attachment)
In words:
  • distinct background-colour
  • include ISO-Calenderweek
  • and a custom format-string including a linebreak

Any chance to get near this?
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11 days ago  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
It's not possible to change the background colour of the clock, but you can use the Clock Size, Clock Text, Clock Text Colour, and Clock Text Size options to customize the clock on the DisplayFusion taskbar a bit.

To get the text you have in your screenshot, I used the following for the Clock Text setting (Settings > Advanced Settings):

HH:mm*'KW' [W14]\nddd dd.MM.yy


I had to set the Clock Size option to 100 to make that text fit.

Hope that helps!
11 days ago  • #2
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MBaas
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Thanks Keith, that did help - but unfortunately I can't use DF-Taskbar. Only while attempting to do so, I realised that I would loose the language-bar that I also have on my Taskbar
8 days ago  • #3
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Ah ok, no worries. Unfortunately the language bar isn't something we're able to add at this time, there's no API for it :(

Sorry!
8 days ago  • #4
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