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    Strange Clock (SP3)

    I've just done a clean reinstall and have a couple of display issues. In particular, the clock in the tray adopted the strange format shown below, which I've never seen before. It happened "spontaneously" some time after the reinstall, when I ran a familiar program. How can I revert it to the usual hh:mm display? I can't find the option anywhere.

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    Re: Strange Clock (SP3)

    I get this (sort of) effect if I increase the vertical size of the Task Bar (see graphic), but this doesn't seem to be what you're getting with the usual "one-line" version. I suspect it might be a registry change, and if nobody comes up with an answer during the day I'll see what alters in the registry when the Task Bar size is altered...
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    Re: Strange Clock (SP3)

    As far as I know, it is normal if you increase the height of your Taskbar. And anyway, why aren't you using TClockEx? <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15>

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    Re: Strange Clock (SP3)

    It seems that something went awry when reinstating drivers etc. After much (random) messing about with new driver installs, desktop properties etc., things seem to have righted themselves. Still very odd, since the taskbar was at supposed minimum height. Such is Windows!

    Alan

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