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  1. TalkTock is a talking clock. It's configurable via the opening screen, an .ini file, or the command line. The .ini offers the widest range of options, including language preferences. The package includes sample .ini files for Italian- and Russian-language clocks. Links: ReadMe TalkTock.zip: contains .exe, .ini files, ReadMe and ListVoices.exe (TTS utility) Source: #cs -------------------------------------- TalkTock.au3 -- Talking Clock CLD rev.2021-01-18-a (freeware -- no warranties expressed or implied) Usages (1) TalkTock [/I #] [/C 12|24] [/V #] [/R #] [/S [
  2. Nothing special - just another analogue clock. -> Read https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swiss_railway_clock for more information. Requires Windows7+ OS! Widget style GUI: ;The Hilfiker / MobaTime Swiss Railway Clock ;Coded by UEZ build 2019-07-07 ;Thanks to Eukalyptus for the _CreateBrushedAluminum() function! #pragma Compile(Icon, "GDI+ Swiss Railway Clock.ico") #AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_Au3Stripper=y #Au3Stripper_Parameters=/so /pe /rm #AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_After=del /f /q "%scriptdir%\%scriptfile%_stripped.au3" #AutoIt3Wrapper_
  3. Hi, ppl. I am developing a GUI with a fix sidebar, based on the style of windows 10 ... I have 3 problems at the moment. 1 - How do I put the close and minimize buttons on my window? (I want my window not to have the top bar). I tried to draw with gdi plus but I could not. 2 - My watch flashes when the time is updated. I tried to do with _GDIPlus_GraphicsDrawString but the strings get overlapped. 3 - I can not leave my transparent buttons to put them in the sidebar (as in this photo below) If anyone can help me I would appreciate it very much. thanks a lot
  4. Just for fun Idea from here: http://codegolf.stackexchange.com/questions/73259/output-the-current-time-in-ascii-art Edit: Also added an analogue experimental version in post #11 #include <GUIConstants.au3> HotKeySet("{ESC}", "End") Local $hClock, $sDelim = ";", $aChar, $sScanLines, $aScanLine[6], $aFont[13] = [ _ ' ___ ; / _ \ ; | | | | ; | | | | ; | |_| | ; \___/ ', _ ; 0 ' __ ; /_ | ; | | ; | | ; | | ; |_| ', _ ; 1 ' ___ ; |__ \ ; ) | ; / / ;
  5. Here my contribution to the clock fever - nothing special rather a fast hack: Download: AutoIt Eye Clock v1.3.1 build 2015-06-28.7z Left eye = hour, right eye = minutes, pupil light = seconds You can rename the compiled script to *.scr to behave as an screensaver. Furthermore you can copy the *.scr to System32 (x86 system) or SysWOW64 (x64 system) and configure it as a screensaver incl. preview. Original clock: http://www.suck.uk.com/products/eyeclock/ Have fun.
  6. ....from the serie "strange clocks": see here for infos on how to read this clock ; Berlin-Uhr HotKeySet("{Esc}", "End") Global $aColors[3] = ["0x757575", "0xFFCC00", "0xFF0033"] ; [off][yellow][red] Local $iSec = 0, $iMin = 0 Global $hGui = GUICreate(' Berlin-Uhr', 275, 240) ; ($nrPerLine, $ctrlWidth, $ctrlHeight, $xPanelPos, $yPanelPos, $xSpace) Local $aGuiSecsX2 = _GuiPanel(01, 55, 35, 115, 010, 5) ; Seconds blink Local $aGuiHourX5 = _GuiPanel(04, 55, 35, 025, 055, 5) ; Hours * 5 Local $aGuiHourX1 = _GuiPanel(04, 55, 35, 025, 100, 5) ; Hours Local $aGuiMinsX5 = _GuiPan
  7. Following along with the odd clock theme that seems to be popular lately, I have come up with a BCD clock to add to the collection. It's a 24 hour clock, you can modify it to a 12 hour clock, but it's not as interesting that way. This clock can be changed to display milliseconds by changing one variable at the start of the Main function, there are comments describing that. In my opinion I wouldn't have it display the mseconds because they change too fast to keep track of, it looks terrible, and flickers BADLY. The way the clock is set up currently, it displays one icon for the light being "off
  8. The Fibonacci clock lets you know the time by changing colours and requiring you do some adding up. The Fibonacci sequence is the sequence beginning 1, 1 and where each number is the sum of the previous two. Its first five digits are: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5. These numbers are all you need to express all the numbers from 1 to 12. 1 = 1 1+1 = 2 ... 1 + 1 + 2 + 3 + 5 = 12 which means that it is possible to use them to describe the twelve positions on a clock, and therefore tell the time in 5 minute intervals. Philippe Chr├ętien of Montreal Canada made such a clock with squares of side length 1, 1, 2, 3,
  9. Version 0.9.9.7 build 2014-08-27

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    is a small tool in widget style to show the clock, current cpu usage, cpu speed, memory usage and network activity (tcp, ip and udp). Additionally you can use it as an alarm clock (to stop alarm clock tone press the left LED (mail) or wait 60 seconds). The current cpu usage code is beta and might be not working for some CPU models! Autoit SysInfo Clock should work with all operating systems beginning from Windows XP. Br, UEZ This project is discontinued!
  10. AutoIt SysInfo Clock is a small tool in widget style to show the clock, current CPU usage, CPU speed, memory usage and network activity (tcp, ip and udp). Additionally you can use it as an alarm clock. To stop alarm clock tone press the left LED (mail) or wait 60 seconds. The current CPU usage code is beta and might be not working for some CPUs! Main window: Move mouse to area below seconds and press rmb to select different color scheme. Alarm Clock window: Tray menu: Credits: see scroller (select About). Special thanks to trancexx for helping me to read out current CPU
  11. Basically, I would like to replace the Windows System Tray Clock with my own having more useful functionality. An example of this in C++ is here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/abhinaba/archive/2005/09/12/464150.aspx But it doesn't seem AutoIT has similar commands in it's systemtray functions. I have no idea how to start coding this, but any useful direction would be greatly appreciated. (I hope I have the right thread this time). Thank you.
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