ElevenClock


ElevenClock 4.0.0 Released

Changelog:
  • Added the ability to individually customize clocks!
    • Each clock will have its own dedicated settings window, accessible through the context menu -> Monitor tools -> Settings for this clock
    • Those preferences window will have the ability to clone other clock's styles.
  • ElevenClock will ask for a language at launch
  • Slightly decrease CPU Usage
  • Make the focus assistant icon to also switch theme if the clock text color is automatically generated based on the background
  • Updated old, broken domains for Martí Climent López web page ones
  • Fixed some dialogs not being clickable
  • The clock background will be transparent if it is set to and the color is a solid color
  • Added more custom line heights
  • Improved font spacing on dark mode
  • Improvements to the welcome wizard open mechanism
  • Added Korean to Inno setup file

 

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ElevenClock 4.0.1 Released

Changelog:
  • Fixed an issue where specific clock customization wouldn't work
  • Fixed an issue where the clock would remain transparent after being covered by the lock screen
  • Disabled internet time as a default option for new users, due to the issues caused by wrong timezoned IPs
  • On systems without mica support, titlebars will have immersive dark mode applied as well
  • Replaced dateutil with PyTz (thanks to @panther7)
  • Launching the welcome window from the settings will restart ElevenClock
  • Context menu improvements
  • Fixed korean font in the installer

 

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ElevenClock 4.0.4 Released

Changelog:

  • Fixed a hard crash on launch (yes, again)
  • Added translations for native Qt elements (thanks to @panther7)
  • Improved the translation percentage generator (thanks to @panther7)
  • Added Slovene translation
  • Fixed an issue where realtek control panel would make ElevenClock hide
  • Added an option to hide the clock during 5 seconds when hovered
  • Added the ability to restart the clock every x time.
  • Added the ability to increase the margin time of double-clicking
  • Internal optimisations and minor performance improvements
  • Improved installer overall speeds

 

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ElevenClock 4.1.0 Released

Changelog:

  • Rewrote fullscreen checker
    • ElevenClock consumes less CPU usage (ElevenClock now consumes 50%/75% less CPU than older releases)
    • It is more reliable, since it diectly depends on taskbar's attributes
  • Removed legacy code, and rewrote older parts. Code is more accessible now, as well as more efficient
  • Welcome Wizard will show after updating ElevenClock, but only if it had not been finished
  • Improve settings window
    • Removed unused, legacy entries
    • Improved stylesheets
    • Fixed the broken style of font pickers (both dark and light mode)
    • Settings will now launch way faster
  • Overall optimisations and improvements.
Note: If you use a custom font and font size (Settings > Clock Appearance), you may need to reset them after upgrading to version 4.1.0.


 

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I am on ver 4.2.2.0 is this a known issue? If not, any thoughts as to how to rectify it please?

Clock will only display for a minute or two and then disappears.
If I click on where it is, or bring up the settings page and then change any setting and remove that change, the clock reappears.
 

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I really like ElevenClock on my new Windows 11 desktop. I'm on version 4.30. But, on my new small-screen laptop, I have the taskbar set to autohide. I left the option "Show the clock when the taskbar is set to hide automatically" unchecked in ElevenClock settings. However, any time I move my mouse below the middle of the screen with the taskbar hidden, ElevenClock shows itself. I suspect there is a decimal point misplaced somewhere in the code.
 

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I've upgraded to version 4.3.0 today (after having 3.9.6)
I wanted to change the current clock appearance to a desired format, but the apply button doesn't work, so I'm not sure what the next step is
 

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Here's mine


%a %H : %M : %S

%d / %m / %y

AS you can see, I have a space between each
 

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It still doesn't solve the issue of the 'Apply' button not responding....(but thanks for the suggestion)
 

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Just noticed that mine isn't working either.
Just as I was thinking that every aspect of it that I use is now working 100%
 

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That's somewhat comforting, as I had thought I had gone astray somewhere,,,
 

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A few days ago I started seeing MalwareBytes popup telling me it's started blocking elevenoclock.exe because it's "RiskWare". I can't find any other information beyond that. I've searched for what this software is up to that it's been labeled riskware yet found nothing. Elevenoclock restores the clock on the Windows 11 desktop to the lower right corner where it had been in previous Windows desktops. If I knew what the "risk" was, I'd be able to determine whether or not to permanently block it or override MalwareBytes. I'd like to know more. I've been using this utility for well over a year without any issues. MalwareBytes has just recently begun blocking it. I'm using version 4.3.0 on Windows 11 Home.
 

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Yes, I encountered this after I upgraded to 4.3.0...
I added the IP address and also the ElevenClock folder in C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Local\Programs\ElevenClock (where <user> is your name)
Haven't had it blocked, but still can't the apply button to apply the changes...
 

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I use ElevenClock 4.3.0 as well, but I don't see any 'Apply' button at all.
All changes are fulfilled immediately after changing the status.
Only for the size of the characters you have to click (in my NL system) an OK button.

So what button do mean, could you post a screenshot?
 

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A few days ago I started seeing MalwareBytes popup telling me it's started blocking elevenoclock.exe because it's "RiskWare". I can't find any other information beyond that. I've searched for what this software is up to that it's been labeled riskware yet found nothing. Elevenoclock restores the clock on the Windows 11 desktop to the lower right corner where it had been in previous Windows desktops. If I knew what the "risk" was, I'd be able to determine whether or not to permanently block it or override MalwareBytes. I'd like to know more. I've been using this utility for well over a year without any issues. MalwareBytes has just recently begun blocking it. I'm using version 4.3.0 on Windows 11 Home.
The quicker you reply to your topic on the Malwarebytes forum the faster we can find out what the deal is.
 

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I use ElevenClock 4.3.0 as well, but I don't see any 'Apply' button at all.
All changes are fulfilled immediately after changing the status.
Only for the size of the characters you have to click (in my NL system) an OK button.

So what button do mean, could you post a screenshot?
 

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It seems to me, that the spaces you don't want, are in the setup as well:
I took just a part of your screenshot:
001192.jpg

Or do you intentionally want those spaces (not fully clear to me)?

I normally don't use this adjustment, but in my VirtualBox Win11 environment I did a test.

I set it like this:

001193.jpg

And get this (if I adjust the character size much smaller):

001194.jpg

Which is perfectly right.
My apply button (in my language it's called 'Toepassen') does function allright.
When I change something in the strings, it will appear in the corner after clicking 'Toepassen'.
No problem at all!

The only thing about this button is, that you don't see anything happen with the button itself. Mostly it fades away for a short moment (or some other behaviour so that you can see you clicked it) when you click a button, but here that's not the case. But it does function!
 

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I add the spaces in as i need them, or did anyway
 

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I'm, not doing something right, as what I wanting to set the clock to, and what the clock is displaying, isn't matching up (even after I click the Apply button)
 

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In my test environment (win11 22H2 22621.2283), where I have ElevenClock 4.3.0 as well, I first switched off my Taskbar tweaking program (Start11), then I followed your setup:

001196.jpg
As you see, the result is as expected (my system is NL, so the day is different).
But what I noticed, is that your taskbar has been tweaked by some other program. Don't know which program, but as far as I know, standard Windows won't allow this type of taskbar:

clock-status.gif
This height and the fact that the loudspeaker symbol is appearing below the battery symbol normally would not be possible in Windows 11, but correct me if I am wrong.

If you indeed use a taskbar tweaking program, the first step would be disable (or deinstall) that program and look if the ElevenClock program does function correctly.

If you are not using such a program, I would not know why ElevenClock is behaving like this.
In that case you might have a look here: ElevenClock Site, where under the tab 'CONTACT ME!' you find the mailadress of the maker of the program. And here: Github Elevenclock FAQ you might find some clues for common problems, although my impression is that they are meant for older versions.

That's all I can do for you.
 

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