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What's new in 1st Clock 4: Calendar enhancements

Check calendar enhancements in 1st Clock 4.0:

  • When you open a second calendar, it displays a next month by default - you can force it to show the same month using the Start with the current month option in Clock Options|Calendar.
When you open a second calendar, it displays a next month by default - you can force it to show the same month using the
Alarms are displayed in the Calendar.
  • The calendar mouse-click actions changed. In 1st Clock 4, Left click shows alarms scheduled for this date if one calendar is visible and does nothing if two calendars are visible. Double-click adds a new alarm to the selected date in one calendar mode and shows alarms scheduled for this date in two-calendar mode. Right click shows a calendar menu.
  • You can customize these actions in the Options|Calendar|Mouse.
  • You can setup the calendar whether to distinguish between left-click and double-click or not.

    If this option is not set, then the left click action (for example showing the alarms scheduled for the selected date) will occur immediately, but this action will also execute on the double-click, before the double-click action.

    If this option is set, then the left-click and double-click actions will not mix, but you'll experience a small delay before the left-click action execution.
  • The calendar setup is now available in the calendar menu. Right click the calendar and select the Customize calendar... command to setup its options.
  • You can turn off calendar's tooltip by turning off the Show date and Show alarms options.
  • You can display Vista's clock calendar when you click the clock. (Windows Vista only) If you like a new Windows Vista clock calendar, then you can open Options|Mouse and select the Show/hide Vista clock calendar action for the left/right or double-click actions.
  • The calendar will not hide if you open another 1st Clock window.

Check more details on 1st Clock 4.0 enhancements in the following sections:

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