Windows 10: Change Date and Clock Colour Solved

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  1.    14 Jan 2016 #11

    Stephanie said: View Post
    I went with T-Clock its perfect, thank you guys and nice one mart44 (HUGS)
    Since you went with this one, just a couple of things that might be useful to know:

    Under 'T-Clock Properties > Time format (tab)' the day and date display can be changed under 'Advanced Clock Configuration Options'.

    To make it look the same as displayed in the screenshot, tick the 'Custom Format' box and change the default setting to: dddd, d-m-yy | h:nn:tt. Also change to clock to a 12 hour display. Click 'Apply'.

    Under the 'Clock Text' tab, the vertical position of the display can be raised or lowered a bit using 'Clock Size and Text Position'. It might be necessary to raise the vertical position a bit if the tail of the 'y' in day is getting cut off. The vertical position on my display is '2'.

    Just Small bits of information but useful maybe.
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       14 Jan 2016 #12

    AlanWade said: View Post
    @Edwin
    Your welcome, I have used it for a while now and had no issues with it at all.
    Nice discrete and elegant CPU and Memory monitors too!

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