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Windows 10 Notification Area too narrow for T-clock

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#1 JohnDohe


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Posted 11 February 2017 - 08:41 PM


I just upgraded to Windows 10.

I'm using a neat utility called T-clock that shows the day of the week, the date, the hour, minute and seconds in the Notification area.

I've used this for years on my Win-7 pc's and just upgraded to Win-10 today.

T-clock loads, but the last few characters on its right are cut off.

If I make the font smaller, more and more characters appear, but this gets to the
point of not being large enough for my liking.

Does anyone know of a way to w-i-d-e-n the Notification area of Windows 10?

I'm not referring to making the icons smaller, hiding ones I don't use, or turning
it into 2 lines.

I'm looking to make the Notification area actually wider.

Thanks!  :-))

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#2 KyleBrady


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Posted 12 February 2017 - 09:47 AM

try to uninstall this program and then install again. did you do so?

#3 zainmax


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Posted 12 February 2017 - 10:37 AM

You do not have to do anything more narrow or wider, works perfectly.
Here is an example from my computer -  cQEF6en.jpg
To this person who suggested to reinstall. How to do it, if is so-called portable program.

#4 JohnDohe

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Posted 12 February 2017 - 04:55 PM

I got it working right.


See the attachment.


I like how this presents day, date and time better 

than any other app.


And when you click on the date, it will pull up 

a full calendar.



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