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Digging in the Archives: Amimemos and Digiclock

Last updated on 11 years ago
rebraistrebraistJunior Member
Posted 11 years ago
Today I've seen a little tool. It has a degree of "usefulness", but it's plagued by some limitations.
Let's start.
surely you all have used, at least once in a lifetime, a 3M POST-IT, those smart and yellow li'l papers where you write something you want to forget...
There are a lot of post-it programs on this earth and Ami-Memos is one of them.
You download it from here:
Simple to install, you simple launch the executable (and if you want, copy it in wbstartup to make it automatically start at every boot) and easy you have your post it: a window opens and you choose what to write in it, the color, hour and minute of the event and, if you want, an alarm.
You can, then, edit the memos, change their colors and so on, move them on the screen, save them, or simply delete.
There are, alas, some limitations:
- you can't choose between rgb colors, only workbench one.
- you can't choose the date of the event, only hour and minute, so you can't really program an event in the days to come.
I noticed that moving post it on the screen, wanderer tends to slow on.
The good thing is that there's source provided! So if anyone of us wants to contribute is free to do it!
Last update was in 2003. So, after 10 years, who wants to relive it?

Another tool i saw is a very useful title bar clock!
2) DIGICLOCK, written by Alex Carmona in 2011, sits on your title bar and do its nasty work in a discreet way.
Download it from here:
Unzip the archive and put the executable in wbstartup.
There's source too!!
If you don't want to use amistart, it's a must!
emeckemeckJunior Member
Posted 11 years ago
Digiclock is very useful. Together with BoingIconBar I can now stop using Amistart. Thanks for the tip!
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