A three-in-one easy-to-use clipboard extension utility that allows:
- tracking clipboard history of the last ten clips which can be
returned back to the clipboard or directly
pasted into applications,
- pasting several copied clips automatically one after another
or merged together,
- saving favorite or commonly used clips for future pasting.
The interface is very simple - all the functions are accessible from any
application via hotkeys and/or a pop-up menu invoked by a hotkey or a tray
icon. All the hotkeys and the menu are customizable. Adding new clips to the
history can be suspended so that undesired clips do not clutter the history.
What's new in versions 3.01-3.03:
- a bug in capturing bitmap clips was fixed.
- bugs in using a tray icon were fixed.
- 'start in' folder problem under Windows ME was fixed.
What's new in version 3.00:
- optional support for all standard clipboard formats and rich text formats,
- clips larger than user-defined limits are not captured/saved,
- history clips and favorites can be shown in a menu with user-defined names,
- new paste options,
- a correction to Microsoft Word's bug (cutting large text blocks),
- configuration is saved now in Windows registry instead of ini file.
Hamsin Clock is a completely customizable Internet-adjustable digital desktop
clock with a powerful
alarm system. You can set a nearly unlimited number of alarms, which can display a
customizable message, play the .wav file of your choice, run a program, or shut
down your system. Alarms can run once, daily, weekly, or monthly. You can even be
reminded several seconds before an alarm action. Several behavior and appearance
options are offered. Use the font and colors of your choice, or have a transparent
background so your wallpaper shows through. Other options let you keep the program
on top, specify the time format (including showing seconds), remove the clock from
the Alt+Tab list, show the date, and more.
What's new in version 2.12:
- added adjusting time via Internet (works under Windows NT/2000/XP only).
Development of Hamsin Clock was interrupted because its main author is pressed for time.
You are welcome to download the source code and
to continue development at your own responsibility. The sources are compiled
using MS Visual C++ 6.0. Questions about the sources can be addressed to the
Hamsin Lines is a small and nice version of the famous logic game.
Score calculation method is taken from the original Lines.