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 Readme for:  Utility » Docky » datetime_docky.lha

Datetime_docky

Description: Displays the current time/date/week day and number
Download: datetime_docky.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 333kb
Version: 52.10
Date: 02 Aug 14
Author: Fredrik Wikstrom, Massimiliano Scarano (2011), Javier de las Rivas (2013)
Submitter: Javier de las Rivas
Email: jabierdlr/gmail com
Requirements: AmigaOS 4.x
Category: utility/docky
Replaces: utility/docky/datetime_docky.lha
License: BSD
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.1
FileID: 8876
 
 
Comments: 23
Snapshots: 4
Downloads: 75  (Current version)
1593  (Accumulated)
Votes: 0 (0/0)  (30 days/7 days)

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DateTime Docky for AmigaOS 4.x, is a plugin for the AmiDock toolbar system.
The project was originally started by Fredrik Wikstrom and updated by
Massimiliano Scarano (2011).

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WARNING: FIRST BACKUP YOUR PREVIOUS 'DateTime.docky.xml' (located on same
         path as 'DateTime.docky'). Version 52.10 has internal changes in
         'DateTime.docky.xml' and it should take care of old->new XML.
*************************************************************************

This is an enhancement over DateTime Docky V52.9:
 - Italian (samo79) and spanish (jabirulo) catalogs.
 - Reworked centering/justification of time/date/week strings.
 - Some GUI changes/enhancements.
 - NEW 'Execute Command' option (see 'Reminders window:' below).
 - Updated XML file to reflect new COMMAND option.
 - Mason icon included too.
 - See 'History:' for more information



Installation:

1. Two modes/options:
  a)Shell/CLI: COPY DateTime.docky(|.info) SYS:Utilities/Dockies/ CLONE
  b)Workbench: drag&drop DateTime.docky icon in SYS:Utilities/Dockies/
   NOTE: Your "original" icon and tooltypes will be overwritten.
2. Add docky to AmiDock toolbar system.
3. Copy <language>/DateTime_docky.catalog to LOCALE:Catalogs/<language>/
4. Not always necessary: Reboot (soft) your Workbench/System.



Settings:

Docky settings can be changed by modifying the icon's tooltypes. An example
icon (tooltypes) is kindly provided by zzd10h (in Source drawer).
Currently these tooltypes are used by the docky:
AMPM             - Enables 12-hour mode (AM/PM)
DATEFMT=<n>      - Date format to show (defaults to Locale prefs.);
                   allowed values:
                              - DOS or dd-mmm-yy
                              - INT or yy-mmm-dd
                              - USA or mm-dd-yy
                              - CDN or dd-mm-yy
                              - ISO or yyyy-mm-dd
FONTNAME=<font>  - Name of (fixedwidth) font to use WITH '.font' extension
                   (defaults to system default font)
FONTSIZE=<n>     - Size of 'font.' ONLY used if FONTNAME is also specified
TEXTCOLOR=<n>    - RGB of colour used for text; not setting this tooltype
                   uses GUI prefs Text pen
SHADOWCOLOR=<n>  - RGB of colour used for text shadow (default=000000);
                   to disable SHADOWCOLOR set it to 0ff0ff (ZERO ff ZERO ff)
MYDAYSCOLOR=<n>  - RGB of colour used for showing datetime docky text if
                   "today" is a "special" day (default=00FFFF)
MDCOLOR_ALL      - Shows all LINES in MYDAYSCOLOR instead of just the date
DOTSBLINK        - Enables dots blinking (HH:MM -> HH MM -> HH:MM)
SHOWSECS         - Show seconds in clock
LINES=<n>        - 1=only clock; 2=clock+date (defaults to clock+date+week)
HORIZONTAL       - Horizontal layout instead of default vertical/rows
HORIZGAP=<n>     - Space between clock+date+week in HORIZONTAL (default=10)
SINGLECLICK      - Single click opens Time prefs. (defaults to double click)
OFFSET_Y=<n>     - Shifts text "down" <n> pixels, ONLY usable with HORIZONTAL
ALT_CALENDAR     - Shows a small calendar instead of Time prefs.
CAL_FONTSIZE=<n> - Font size of day numbers in calendar (minimum size 8)
CAL_WINCENTER    - Shows the small calendar centered on screen
SWAP_POSITIONS   - Swap time and date positions
REMIND_ONCE      - Show only once the reminder
REMIND_TIME=<n>  - Time showing the reminder. NOTE: if you DON'T use SHOWSECS
                   or DOTSBLINK, time value results <n>*5 seconds (estimated)



Reminders window:

-RMB over docky, 'Reminders...' to edit ..erm..reminders!? ;-)
-ADD entry:
 1)Choose MONTH and insert DAY.
 2)Enter whatever TEXT you want in the textgadget and/or COMMAND in
   the 'Execute Command' string gadget.
   Cmd example: APPDIR:MultiView "<fullpath_to_file>" IMMEDIATE REPEAT
 3)Click [Add] to ADD entry.
 4)Click [Save] button or you will loose data added.
When MONTH & DAY matches present date, docky changes to MYDAYSCOLOR.
If you entered some TEXT and mouse pointer is over datetime.docky it
will popup a small window (reminder) with TEXT and stay REMIND_TIME
and/or if you entered a COMMAND it will be executed (only one time).
-REMOVE entry:
 1)Select entry and click [Remove].
 2)Click [Save] button or you will loose any modification.


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