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By pedmond, Senior Member on 2nd September 2010, 07:09 PM
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I found today a great Windows gadget that looks like the clock - weather combo in Sense. You can find more at http://htchome.codeplex.com/.

I liked it... Perhaps you will too .
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2nd September 2010, 08:09 PM |#2  
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Thanks for sharing, can you let us know if any bugs found?
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Thanks for sharing, can you let us know if any bugs found?

There's a link for bug reporting on the site. The only one I found so far with ver. 2 is that at midnight, the days in the weather forecast are not updated. I just close the application and run it again to circumvent this. I found no other problems on Windows 7 x64.
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Itīs working perfect after 5 days testing
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Thanks for sharing Pedmond! Much better than the standard Windows 7 Gadget.
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HTC Home 1.0 doesn't support Fahrenheit, and the alpha version of HTC Home 2.0 supports it, but it's broken.

That's kind of a dealbreaker for me. My mind doesn't function in Celcius! I'll bookmark the page, and wait for the next build of HTC Home 2.0.
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HTC Home 1.0 doesn't support Fahrenheit, and the alpha version of HTC Home 2.0 supports it, but it's broken.

That's kind of a dealbreaker for me. My mind doesn't function in Celcius! I'll bookmark the page, and wait for the next build of HTC Home 2.0.

Fahrenheit seems to be working now, in build 126... Why don't you give it a try?
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Thanks for sharing
When I push the windows button and D clock disappears to the tray

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