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Date in Systray is not updated 3 Years, 3 Months ago  
The date icon in the Systray is not updated.
My PC is running all the time and shows an old day.

Windows XP SP3,
Rainlendar Lite.

Thx.
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#14170
Re: Date in Systray is not updated 3 Years, 3 Months ago  
Iīve got the same problem, so have my wife. Itīs very confusing.

From Sweden

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#15278
Re:Date in Systray is not updated 2 Years, 10 Months ago  
Hello,

I have the same problem.
Especially for the case that the computer is hibernated over night.
Rainlendar should check from time to time whether he is up to date with the system time and refresh the tray icon. The main calendar on the desktop is refreshed properly.

At least the "refresh" option in the menu should update the try icon as well.

Currently only restarting the program fixes this issue.

Best regards,
Martin


P.S. I'm using Rainlendar Lite (Version 2.8.1 (b103) 64 bit
Build on Feb 4 2011) on Win 7 Professional x64.
Plugins
iCalendar Format v1.7 (b103)
Rainlendar Ini Format v1.3 (b103)
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Re:Date in Systray is not updated 2 Years, 10 Months ago  
Rainlendar should check from time to time whether he is up to date with the system time and refresh the tray icon.
This is already done once per second.

At least the "refresh" option in the menu should update the try icon as well.
Refresh will remove the tray icon and recreates it again.

Anyway this is a known problem. In most systems the tray icon gets updated correctly but there seems to be some Windows installations where this doesn't happen. Unfortunately I have not found any such system where the problem exists so I have not been able to debug the problem.
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