|27 Oct 2013||#23|
In your first screenshot in your OP, I was so focused on the format of the screens in the middle that I did not notice the task bar on the side. After I posted and after I noticed that the task bar was on the side, I moved the taskbar to be like yours (in a Virtual Machine) and installed the tiny app named T-Clock 2010. It seems to do what you want done... so I made my second post to your thread.
I'll lurk and see if you find a combination that does...
ddd, mmm, dd, yyyy
...on two lines using W7's native applets.
Or maybe I still don't understand what you want done.
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