TodayXClock v1.0 for WM
For some members using older devices, having a clock visible at all times is necessary. For that, XDA member loffactory presents the first version of this useful plug in that will allow you to have a clock, calendar and alarm notification in conjunction with TodayX.
The interface is neat and simple and will not eat your Windows Mobile device resources.
The plug in can be installed both on memory or SD card and will run on WM 5 and up.
Originally posted by loffactory
[APP] TodayXClock v1.0 BETA
TodayXClock is a today screen plug-in lets you see a clock, calendar and allarm notification.
All bug reports, fresh ideas and recommendations are welcome.
Version 1.0 BETA
Can be installed in memory or storage card.
The settings can be edited via registers…
This program is provided as is. It should not harm you device, but I recommend you to create a backup, before you start.
Anyway, I’m not responsible for anything you do to you device.
Reg location: HKLM\Software\LoFFactory\TodayXClock\Settings
You can find more information in the plug in thread.
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