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It IS updating on my two additional monitors however. The task bar is not updating on my main monitor when in Desktop. Unlock Taskbar, drag it to another position, and back again. We actually have someone at Stardock whose clock stops updating on Windows 7 after their screensaver turns on.After entering Metro and returning to the Desktop, it updates briefly, then the taskbar display freezes again. The taskbar still appears to be updating correctly behind the scenes, but the display of it is not. It IS updating on my two additional monitors however. Unloading Start8 would force the taskbar to resize itself which is probably why that works.
This is where the black spray paint/primer comes in. It ended up being a nice smooth surface for my stencil.
The stencil is the part where the Silhouette Cameo machine comes in.
I created the numbers and the lettering in the Silhouette software program. This took some patience and some time but I got it done.
So far i make reference to my textview ( where digital clock will be displayed ), and i got instance of Calendar class and i also sign minutes, hours and seconds to instance variables: If i run this code, the accurate time is displayed on emulator but obviously it's not updating.
What i must do, so my code will "looping" and updating my clock?
There are reports of this on Windows 7 and Windows 8 without Start8.
I purchased my Galaxy S3 last week and I have noticed the clock that appears in the top right corner while in use does not update or keep up with the current time.You can use a Handler, a Timer Task, a Thread or some other mechanism that allows you to schedule something to happen in the future.The Windows clock, as you know, is at the bottom right of your desktop and pops up time and date information when you click on it. It displays information about last synchronization and when the next sync will happen.thanks, Matt gelloscapital: Start8 is not responsible for the clock on the taskbar, that's the original Windows taskbar.What you are seeing is a known bug that's been in Windows since at least Windows 7 where for some reason the OS taskbar stops updating the clock correctly. This is my second time participating in the Silhouette Challenge. It was hanging on the wall but wasn’t working of course.