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Clock Selector 1.3

Clock Selector 1.3

Clock Selector Publisher's Description

Clock Selector

Get rid of the old and ugly time selection windows!

  • Use your stylus, graffiti or keyboard to select time quickly and easily
  • Works in all applications using the standard system dialogs (e.g. Databook/Calendar)
    Recent Palm devices (Tungsten, Treo 650, LifeDrive) need a CalendarHacker application (included)
  • Allows to select the exact minute for datebook events
  • Supports most palm devices (OS 2, 3, 4 and 5; high and low resolution)
4 Usage Scenarios Stylus
Drag the clock's hands!
Unlike the standard dialog, you can set any minute, not only every 5th
Keyboard
Type digits to set the clock!
Other keys:
  • Backspace - Reset the clock
  • Space - Select the other clock
  • A P - AM or PM
  • Enter - Accept the selection
Graffiti
Write digits to set the clock!
Other Graffiti shortcuts:
  • Backspace - Reset the clock
  • Space - Select the other clock
  • A P - AM or PM
  • Enter - Accept the selection
Up/Down
Press Up/Down to adjust the time!
  • Hold Up/Down for a while to increase the speed
  • Left/Right can also be used


Gallery
"Clock Selector" at work
RNS:: WeekUp

MarsClock

TreoAlarm


The above applications are not affiliated with "Clock Selector". They are only presented as examples of how the "Clock Selector" could improve your everyday palm experience.

Renegades
Notable applications not using the standard time selection dialogs - unfortunately, they cannot benefit from "Clock Selector" (...yet?)
ApplicationRemarksRemedies? Calendar on most Tungsten models, Treo 650, Lifedrive, etc. Uses its own time selector dialog, which looks like the standard one.
Use  CalendarHacker (included), which patches your Calendar application to make it compatible with Clock Selector.


Notes:
  • The current "Clock Selector" does not support events lasting past midnight (i.e. ending the next day). By applying Calendar Hacker patch you lose this possibility (of course you can undo it anytime).
  • Although the patch itself does not increase the calendar size, the part of the calendar application must be copied to RAM (because it cannot be modified in ROM), therefore it will decrease the amount of the available memory by 50K
  • The hacker application can be deleted after its work is done. Agendus
    and
    DateBk5 Both applications use very sophisticated time selection dialogs, which means their users might not really miss the "Clock Selector" functionality, but some of them would surely prefer its nicer look. Compare:

    DateBk5
    Agendus
    ...could look like this The creators of these applications could add the option to switch to the standard time dialog.


    FAQ
    Q: My favorite application does not work with "Clock Selector". What can I do?
    A: The standard time selection dialogs are not very convenient. Some developers avoided using them in favor to their own replacements. Ask the developer to add the option to use the standard system dialog so the application can benefit from "Clock Selector".
    Q: I am a developer. What should I do to make my application use "Clock Selector"?
    A: Very little. Just use the standard time selection dialogs, as described in the Palm OS® Reference. The function names are: SelectOneTime and SelectTime. Example code:
    Int16 hour=16, minute=34; if (SelectOneTime(&hour,&minute,"Please select the time")) { // hour and minute now contains the selected time }

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