Added: Countdown/stopwatch timer - click the label "Countdown" to change mode. For the countdown you can either enter the amount of time to countdown, or you can enter a desired time in the future to count down to.
Added: PHSM-Calendar can now be installed in a standalone version, which means that all the Flash clocks are installed and run from local harddisk - so that Internet access is not necessary. Note: running the Flash clocks from local harddisk can cause security alerts etc.
Fixed: The flash clocks now uses your systems timezone.
Fixed: The timezone for odd timezones like +5450 (Katmandu) is now displayed correctly.
Fixed: Reading cookies changed, so the settings should now be remembered correctly, also in browsers that writes cookies in random order.
Fixed: Problem with the Year field after having entered the year manually and later using the forward button (►).
Added: Ctrl+click on ▲ now changes the Flash clock randomly every hour (click on ▲ changes the clock randomly at startup only).
Added: Ctrl+click on the version number (upper left corner) now makes PHSM-Calendar get the Flash clocks from clocklink.com. Alt+click will get the clocks from madsenworld.dk. Ctrl+Alt+click will get the clocks from local harddisk (standalone version).
Fixed: Running seconds at countdown/timer stays green also when the clock or theme is changed.
Fixed: The local path to the clocks is now shown correctly (when hovering the version number) when the calendar is used in Internet Explorer (standalone version).
Added: The format for Date and Time can now be set for both digital Flash clock and text clock (by click on the text date or text clock). There are 3 different Date formats (DMY, MDY and YMD) all with 3 different separators (-, / and .). There are also 3 different Time formats (24 hours, 12 hours and 12 hours without leading hour zero) each with 2 different separators (: and .).
Added: The digital Flash clock is now also updated every hour for the billiard ball clock (clock no. 96, 1007-black).
Added: The digital Flash clock now also shows name of day (English only).
Added: 22 new clocks (7 types, no. 55-77 and 125-134).
Fixed: The countdown / stopwatch timer was gaining several seconds each minute!
Fixed: The Flash clock was not shown in standalone version when showing the calendar in popup window when run in Internet Explorer under Windows 7.
Fixed: The path to local harddisk clocks was not shown correctly (when hovering the version number) when run in Internet Explorer under Windows 7.
Fixed: The update when changing Flash clocks now works reliably in AppleWebKit browsers (Google Chrome, Apple Safari).
Added: When run as a gadget the calendar now has 3 minimized states: Calendar only, Clock only and Countdown/Timer only. Each time the gadget is maximized and then minimized again the next minimized state is used. The first time the gadget is used it starts up in Calender state. Use the gadgets "Larger size"/"Smaller size" icon, or select "Size..." in the context menu to change the size.
Added: The settings of the Calendar can now be set in a separate Options dialog. When run as a gadget, click the gadgets wrench icon or select "Options..." from the gadgets context menu. The Options setting dialog can also be opened in a free floating dialog window by clicking the word "gadget" in the upper right corner when run as a gadget, or by Shift+click on the ▲ in the upper right corner when run in a browser or as an Active desktop item.
Added: When run as a gadget Shift+click in the area immediately around the clock will now open the bigger clock in a gadget Flyout. Use Ctrl+click to open in a free floating window as in earlier versions.
Added: While the bigger clock is shown in either flyout or separate window, changing Clock 1, Background color, Text color or Language is also changed in the flyout/window.
Changed: The default Background color is now "black" in stead of the Desktop's background color.
Changed: Changes to the Background color, the Text color or the Next/Previous Month's color while the clock is in random mode will now be used when going back to normal mode.
Changed: Clicking the ▲ in the upper right corner when run in a browser or as an Active desktop item now opens the new instance of the calendar positioned at the lower left of the cursor position.