Developement planet of Android Smart Taskbar
Smart Taskbar V1.0.5 Release Note
Button Savior V1.1.0 Release Note
March 16, 2011
(1) Incorrect status bar datetime
(2) Various FC
(3) Fixed label highlight loses focus occasionally
(1) Renamed Settings to Pref to prevent confusion
(2) Added Honeycomb support
Mar 18, 2011 @ 10:43:17
Thank you for your prompt change on this. I hate to be a pain but I’m reporting that after a reboot of the phone, that time will appear. The time will not update so as an example it says 22:23 when the time is 22:41. Then I have seen it show the date as well however yesterday the 16th of March stayed there until I rebooted the phone which now brings us to the time I mentioned above. Unless anyone else has any objections, the time/date could be removed in the status bar because you always see the date and time at the top reported by the phone. What do you think?
Mar 18, 2011 @ 11:09:06
Hi, the time doesn’t update because it is just an indication how long you have used it. So in your case, it means you launched it exactly at 22:23 of that day. In addition, if you choose not to display icon in status bar, you will get very strange datetime such as 1933 something because it is a workaround to make my icon always the last to display in Status bar (When it is set not to display icon, my app will still take an icon spot in Status bar). In order to prevent an empty spot being displayed in Status bar, So I have to set the time to very very old datetime.
But I will study if I can remove date time display in status bar. Sounds like a good idea if it is possible
Mar 18, 2011 @ 11:40:31
Thanks for the quick and detailed response. Makes sense. Your work is much appreciated.
Mar 27, 2011 @ 14:08:17
Hi, Kiumiu! I absolutely love this application–it really solves up some things for me. I’m just curious, is it possible to make feature requests which may or may not be taken into consideration for future versions?
Mar 29, 2011 @ 22:44:01
You can send your request to my email at email@example.com .
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