This system tray application monitors horoscope angles, the passage of planetary hours and planetary positions for use in horary and natal astrology.
It loads a planetary glyph/icon into the system tray, displaying the planet that has lordship over the current hour.
When you hover the mouse over the icon, a pop-up displays the current hour lord, time elapsed and time remaining in minutes, along with the ascendant and mid-heaven degrees. When you right click the system tray icon, another pop-up reveals the main program display options.
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