SD Organizer (2.04)
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SD Organizer (2.04)

Updated Feb 13, 2006 by Vad_M

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Comment #1 Wednesday, February 1, 2006 8:20 AM
I really like these SD Gadgets. They are realy cool. I also relay like your background. Is there anyway you can send it to me so i can make some things of my own with the background.
Comment #2 Wednesday, February 1, 2006 9:56 AM
Mr jlaj1989:

Hi. Big Thanks for your comment.

No problems. I'll send this image to the Wincustomize Wallpapers Library immediately. You'll can get it there.

Best Regards.

P.S. As I spoke earlier I begin work on a series of small Widgets with examples of use DesktopX scripts from the previous Gadgets (with the exclusion of Russian Encodings). If you want some concrete examples of this scripts let me know by E-mail please.
Comment #3 Wednesday, February 1, 2006 10:40 AM
Cool calendar

At top calendar is OK ( today: 1 Feb 2006 ) but all days calendar , it say today is saturday 4 Feb ...
When I click arrow next or previous month, not change ...

Can you help me ?? Thanks

Saludos desde Madrid.
Comment #4 Wednesday, February 1, 2006 11:16 AM
Thanks Vad_M
Comment #5 Wednesday, February 1, 2006 11:38 AM
Mr lmgppag:


Much strange... At the beginning I have thought that Calendar could not understand Spanish if that Language is used as a Default System Language. I have installed this language and checked all functions of the Calendar - but ALL work OK!...

Can you send me by E-mail the screenshot of this situation to understand what happened with the Calendar on your computer? I hope that I'll can help you to solve this problem.

Excuse me for some inconvenience please.

Best Regards.
Comment #6 Friday, February 3, 2006 10:16 AM
Hi Vad,

Nice job. I've seen you previous work "Browser". You hold your design line and seems you are going to make a kind of firmware for Windows. The only thing left to do is to customize WindowBlinds

Anyway I am glad to hear someone is working on all these staff at Russia.


P.S. Just wondering if it is possible ot import/export calendar settings?
Comment #7 Friday, February 3, 2006 11:41 AM
To Citizen ksamvel:

Big Thanks.

I like WindowBlinds, use this program with a big pleasure but make a skins for it I shall hardly. It seems me that a skin which consist of images only and controlled by a special program is "dead". In ditto time DesktopX Gadgets are "alive" because includes the set of author's scripts which provide to this developments the enormous amount of interesting and varied functions . This is very Cool and gives a Fantastic Possibilities for our Creative Activity (imo).

I has not understood a little in what type you should like to export the settings of calendar. Can you give me more details of your idea?

Best Regards.
Comment #8 Saturday, February 4, 2006 9:14 AM
Great looking work, only one issue , when the Calendar/Time screen is displayed CPU usage goes to 100% .
So I cant really test it due to the lag.
Even if minimized to tray it still keeps CPU usage between 40-60%.
If the ToDo screen is displayed CPU stays between 10-30%
Comment #9 Saturday, February 4, 2006 9:24 AM
i just got my first ever DEP message when I closed SD Organizer, could the high cpu usage have something to do with the DEP?
Comment #10 Saturday, February 4, 2006 11:19 AM
To dragonmage:

I am very sorry but I don't know what means the "DEP". Can you tell me what is it? Please!

About Organizer. I have started this device on a three computers which are beside me at my home and has got the following results:

1. In the "Calendar/Time" mode CPU usage: 4-5%, RAM usage: 5.536 kB
2. In the "ToDo" mode: CPU usage: 2%, RAM usage: from 8.824 to 3.468 kB
3. In the "Event" mode: CPU usage: 1-2%, RAM usage: from 8.800 to 3.496 kB
4. In the System Tray: CPU usage: 1%, RAM usage: ~ 3.700 kB

The problem which you have is not connected with running of SD Organizer... What I can do for you in a such situation?

Best Regards.
Comment #11 Monday, February 6, 2006 5:44 PM
This is really cool. Right now I'm using Rainlendar because it shows me all Outlook appointments and tasks. I mean ... erm ... *cough* ... if this widget could import Outlook events, too � then it would be the over-mega-widget.
Comment #12 Monday, February 6, 2006 6:50 PM
To Inge18:

This is the interesting idea but it seems me that _Martin_ have already made something like this...

I have installed MS Outlook on my computer and will think what possible to do. Obviously it will necessary to use the ActiveX Outlook Object for this...

Best Regards and Big Thanks for a good idea.

P.S. However how will be able to use this device a people which have not Outlook on their computers?
Comment #13 Tuesday, February 7, 2006 5:39 AM
If the Outlook import would be optional, then there should be no effect for people who don't have Outlook. Like it is in Rainlendar � you can import Outlook events if you want, but if don't, it will also work fine. Ooooh, my English, I hope you know what I mean.
Comment #14 Tuesday, February 7, 2006 9:25 AM
I too am experiencing the same thing as Dragonmage w/ the high cpu usage...I will contiue investigating my pc to see if I can find the problem. Besides that...fabulous widget. Very nice work!!
Comment #15 Tuesday, February 7, 2006 4:56 PM
To Inge18:

Don't worry! Your English is much better than my. I have understood all. Big Thanks.

To Mickey Mouse:

I try to reconstruct this situation on my computer but have not got nothing. The Organizer don't use the CPU more then 5 - 6%... Moreover the scripts which working in this device are a simple and does not contain nor a complex cycles nor a hard mathematical calculations. Only the digital clock timer. But this can not be a reason of such heavy CPU usage.

So I'm very sorry but can not do anything with this problem. Check your System Config please.

Best Regards.

P.S. TO ALL: Can anyone tell me what the "DEP" is it? PLEASE...
Comment #16 Wednesday, February 8, 2006 12:25 AM
P.S. TO ALL: Can anyone tell me what the "DEP" is it? PLEASE...

I'm not absolutely sure, but it might be "Data Execution Prevention" ... there is information at Microsoft, here -->;en-us;875351
Comment #17 Wednesday, February 8, 2006 7:53 PM
Hi Vad,

Great stuff, have collected them all so far.

However the SD organizer does run at 100% CPU in Calender Time mode for me also.

Comment #18 Thursday, February 9, 2006 4:43 AM
To White_Moth:


All of this much looks like a mystic . Why I can not to reconstruct this situation on my computer ?

Okay! I'll postpone all deals Today and will "torment" the Organizer until a reason of overweening CPU usage will find. Want to hope that I shall manage to do this...

Best Regards.
Comment #19 Thursday, February 9, 2006 4:44 AM
P.S. Can you sent me the screenshot with this situation (Organizer on the desktop and the opened Task Manager)??? Please.
Comment #20 Thursday, February 9, 2006 4:56 PM
Ya i seem to experiance the high cpu to. Its about 100 during calendar and about 25 for events and todo.

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