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[wish] Most beautiful clock

  

Desklets

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Submitted:  Aug 27 2008

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Just wanted to show you a clock would be wonderful to have on the desktop, as an animated desklet

http://leogeo.com/28_timebeat.htm

(I apologize if this submit breaks any policy)




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 screenshot

 
 by Huop on: Aug 27 2008
 
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taking a screenshot and posting it in that section would have probally been a better idea


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 Nice work

 
 by jeddycakes on: Dec 22 2008
 
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This clock is awesome! Instead of a desklet, is there any way it can be made into a screensaver instead? It would work a lot better in this way, aesthetically.

Nice work, all the same!!


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 Re: Nice work

 
 by pfeoora on: Jan 17 2009
 
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There are a Mac and a Windows version of screensavers available on the website. Unfortunatelly no one for Linux. I'd like to see a port, too :-(


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 clock

 
 by okaoka on: Mar 21 2009
 
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Would be nice as a screen saver, but without the sound...


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 for ubuntu?

 
 by brumla28 on: May 21 2009
 
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is there any chance to get this as a screensaver for ubuntu?


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 Re: for ubuntu?

 
 by lupercus on: Jan 18 2010
 
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Regular Clock App. Cairo-clock wouldn't support this as it's for very basic clocks. I was working on a clock with a automata/gears and found that out.

You can however use gnash and devilspie to accomplish this goal with this swf file. I'd recommend gdevilspie for creating the devilspie stuff. The gnash code I use is gnash --hide-menubar -r 1 -j 200 -k 200 28__timebeat.swf. You could probably do some of the stuff with compiz instead of devilspie.

The screensaver can also be done by downloading the flashplayer binaries for linux and then following the tutorials for playing a swf as a xscreensaver. Disabling sound may or may not be possible here. I'm not sure if gnash supports everything needed to do the screensaver trick. It'd be possible to hack the swf file with flasm and disable sound output but that may be more complex then most would explore.


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