I want to make a wincalendartime app.



  • i want to make a wincalendartime .
    click right-buttom time zoom , my app will be display.

    how can i do , when i click right-buttom time zoom, display my app.



  • Hi,
    So we need a bit of more information. Do you mean you have created a Time application for Windows? And if the time in Windows is clicked (bottom right corner) you want your application to be opened?
    If so, ask Microsoft how to catch the time click event. Qt can't do that for you, because you don't have a running application.
    Some more information before we can help.



  • yes, that is all as you think. i want to replace windows time app.

    [quote author="Jeroentje@home" date="1385624940"]Hi,
    So we need a bit of more information. Do you mean you have created a Time application for Windows? And if the time in Windows is clicked (bottom right corner) you want your application to be opened?
    If so, ask Microsoft how to catch the time click event. Qt can't do that for you, because you don't have a running application.
    Some more information before we can help.
    [/quote]



  • how can i do?

    [quote author="Jeroentje@home" date="1385624940"]Hi,
    So we need a bit of more information. Do you mean you have created a Time application for Windows? And if the time in Windows is clicked (bottom right corner) you want your application to be opened?
    If so, ask Microsoft how to catch the time click event. Qt can't do that for you, because you don't have a running application.
    Some more information before we can help.
    [/quote]



  • Hmm, I'm not sure how to go about this problem. I do not believe that when you click WinTime position you could direct Windows to start and execute your program. What might be done, but no idea if this works is that at startup of your machine you start a fullscreen program that is 100% transparent. When the lower bottom is clicked you then show a dialog with your time widget. But then you should also be aware of other programs and check if you need to be ontop or not. This is very OS specific, so not really transportable.
    Maybe ask a Microsoft developers forum if this is possible. It's not really Qt option.



  • i have seem the same software.
    so i think it is possable to do this.
    i think QT can do anythink if you wan to do.

    [quote author="Jeroentje@home" date="1385629979"]Hmm, I'm not sure how to go about this problem. I do not believe that when you click WinTime position you could direct Windows to start and execute your program. What might be done, but no idea if this works is that at startup of your machine you start a fullscreen program that is 100% transparent. When the lower bottom is clicked you then show a dialog with your time widget. But then you should also be aware of other programs and check if you need to be ontop or not. This is very OS specific, so not really transportable.
    Maybe ask a Microsoft developers forum if this is possible. It's not really Qt option.[/quote]



  • HI,
    Ofcourse you could code in Qt to handle the program and the overrule of the TimeApp. But then you should check out the Microsoft Developers site and check out how to get Win to do this. If you know HOW windows does it, you could use Qt to code it! I was trying to say that is't not a standard Qt thing, and is OS specific, in this case Windows.


Log in to reply
 

Looks like your connection to Qt Forum was lost, please wait while we try to reconnect.