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    Default Re: [Updated]: THE REAL HTC CLOCK on your homescreen

    That means now i'll have to find and install a text editor though.

    Also does changing that option mean i can move it when ever i want on the home screen, or do i have to do the procedure that's not working for me?

    Can anyone just post a quick vid, it wont take more then a few minutes.

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    Default Re: [Updated]: THE REAL HTC CLOCK on your homescreen

    Yes, the option LocationLocked=0 will allow at anytime moving the clock on the HS.
    No more that procedure.
    I did the changes on PC actually, not on phone.

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    Default Re: [Updated]: THE REAL HTC CLOCK on your homescreen

    Quote Originally Posted by ckpv5
    Yes, the option LocationLocked=0 will allow at anytime moving the clock on the HS.
    No more that procedure.
    I did the changes on PC actually, not on phone.
    You have it installed on memory card then yes?

    I prefer apps to be installed on the phone memory.

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    Default Re: [Updated]: THE REAL HTC CLOCK on your homescreen

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr G
    You have it installed on memory card then yes?

    I prefer apps to be installed on the phone memory.
    On the phone memory.. most of my regular use apps are installed on the phone memory. Wish I can help with a video.

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    Default Re: [Updated]: THE REAL HTC CLOCK on your homescreen

    you know, that you have to keep the clock pressed a little bit before moving?

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    Default Re: [Updated]: THE REAL HTC CLOCK on your homescreen

    Quote Originally Posted by ckpv5
    On the phone memory.. most of my regular use apps are installed on the phone memory. Wish I can help with a video.
    How did you edit the file via your PC then?

    Quote Originally Posted by sword
    you know, that you have to keep the clock pressed a little bit before moving?
    I didn't know that but i did do that.

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    Default Re: [Updated]: THE REAL HTC CLOCK on your homescreen

    nooo.. thats the reason, you have to hold it. but thats already known mat
    e..didn't you see?!
    for editing use xplore

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    Default Re: [Updated]: THE REAL HTC CLOCK on your homescreen

    I'm desperated trying to enable the clock in the HS, but no luck (I don't see it).

    I've enabled it: Left Option - 5th Option (Settings) - 2nd Option (HTC Clock) and 1st Option (which expands all the other Clock options). Is enough?

    Now "Options" - 2nd Option (Go back).
    Then the app always tries to connect to Internet and I must click Right Option to cancel. Perhaps is that the problem??

    Any ideas? Thanks!.

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    Default Re: [Updated]: THE REAL HTC CLOCK on your homescreen

    Quote Originally Posted by sergiales
    I've enabled it: Left Option - 5th Option (Settings) - 2nd Option (HTC Clock) and 1st Option (which expands all the other Clock options). Is enough?
    Try Left Option - 5th Option (Settings) - 2nd Option (HTC Clock) - 1st Option (which expands all the other Clock options) - Left Option - 1st Option - back (right Option) - exit (right option).

    Or ... make sure the settings.txt in C:\Data\mjweather2 (if installed on C) is showing DesktopDisplay=1

    You can change this manually on PC and replace back the settings.txt to the right directory.

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    Default Re: [Updated]: THE REAL HTC CLOCK on your homescreen

    Quote Originally Posted by ckpv5
    Or ... make sure the settings.txt in C:\Data\mjweather2 (if installed on C) is showing DesktopDisplay=1
    It is installed on E, and I don't have settings.txt, but settings2.txt!.
    I'm going to install it on C now...
    Thanks.


 
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