tMan

tMan is a tiny task manager.

Project discontinued.

What's New in 0.9.9

  • Added: WM6 support
  • Added: Compact Mode
  • Added: WiFi on/off
  • Added: Bluetooth On/Off
  • Added: Alt+F4 for closing applications
  • Fixed: If 'Desktop' item is not shown, closing of the first task did not work

Downloading

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Installing

Installing Zipped CAB File

  • Before installing, make sure that your device meets system requirements.
  • Download and unzip tMan.
  • Upload appropriate cab file to your PocketPC.
  • Tap the cab file on your PocketPC.

Uninstalling

  • Tap Start | Settings, select System tab and tap Remove programs.
  • Find tMan plugin in the program list.
  • Tap Remove.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How can I set custom colors for the background and foreground of the task list?

    Create the following keys in the registry (HKCU\Software\DaProfik\tMan):

    • ClrMenuBg [DWORD]: color of the task list background.
    • ClrMenuFg [DWORD]: color of the task list text.
    • ClrMenuHiBg [DWORD]: color of the hilight bar background of the task list.
    • ClrMenuHiFg [DWORD]: color of the hilight bar text of the task list.

    Color format is the following: 0xBBGGRR (hex). Thus, if you want a blue text insert 0xFF0000 (hex) for ClrMenuFg.

  2. How do I disable the soft-reset confirmation dialog?

    Create a registry key ConfirmSoftReset [DWORD] in HKCU\Software\DaProfik\tMan and set its value to 0 (zero).

  3. I do not want WM5 styled buttons on my WM5 device. How can I switch to old styled buttons?

    Create a registry key OldStyleButton [DWORD] in HKCU\Software\DaProfik\tMan and set its value to 1 (one).

  4. How can I disable the tMan's dot in top bar?

    Create a registry key ShowDot [DWORD] in HKCU\Software\DaProfik\tMan and set its value to 0 (zero).

  5. How to make WiFi On/Off work?

    You need WiFi device name. Look for it in HKLM\Comm (mine is for example TIACXWLN1).

    Create a registry key named WiFiDevice [STRING] in HKCU\Software\DaProfik\tMan and set its value to the name you found in the previous step.

  6. Alt+F4 is not working for me.

    tMan is using keyboard hook for this feature. On WM5 and better, this is a privileged call. tMan is probably running as a non-privileged application. It is possible that non-privileged applications can make privileged calls. But I do not know how to do it on your device (mine is WM2003SE, which does not suffer from this issue).

  7. WiFi On/Off is working for me, but after soft-reset, it does not work any more, unless I use the built-in plugin for WiFi from my OEM.

    Yes. This is known behavior. I tried to fix this problem, but with no success. I do not know the source of this problem. If you do, let me know.