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  • 64-bit Applications in Virtual TimeClock…

    Virtual TimeClock 19 shipped brand new 64 bit applications for each edition of Virtual TimeClock. This platform migration, from 32-bit to 64-bit, represents the largest code overhaul in decades and ensures that Virtual TimeClock will continue…

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  • Windows HiDPI Support in Virtual TimeClock…

    Virtual TimeClock 19 introduced brand new HiDPI support for Windows. HiDPI is a technical shorthand term that means 'high dots per inch' or, more simply, high resolution display. Note: Virtual TimeClock has supported high resolution…

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  • New Date & Time Controls in Virtual…

    Virtual TimeClock 19 shipped with brand new date, time & calendar controls that are implemented across the entire program. These updated controls make timecard management easier than ever by saving time and reducing keyboard entry errors. …

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  • Version 19 Upgrade Won't Install

    Several Virtual TimeClock users on Windows computers have reported issues upgrading their software from version 18 to 19. In this support blog we'll cover the two issues we've heard about and how to finish your upgrade. 'Quit &…

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  • Issue with Printing Reports after Upgrade

    A small number of Mac users who have upgraded their time clock to Virtual TimeClock 19 Release 1 reported that attempting to print reports is resulting in a program crash. This issue has only impacted a few customers on macOS, and the fix is…

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  • macOS Dark Mode in Virtual TimeClock…

    Our Virtual TimeClock 19 release included full support for macOS Dark Mode, which is available starting with macOS Mojave (10.14). Dark Mode support gives your time clock a brand new look and feel that fits in perfectly with other applications…

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