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Clock Ring Screenlet

   v0.3  

Screenlet

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Clock Ring Screenlet
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Clock Ring Screenlet
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Clock Ring Screenlet
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  21845
Submitted:  Mar 19 2008
Updated:  Mar 23 2008

Description:

A ring to tell you the time.




Changelog:

v0.3 (22/03/2008)
- Fixed Hour/Sec overlap bug
- Added option to check for new versions at startup

v0.2 (22/03/2008)
- Added options to light all blocks up to and including the current
- Added option for block spacing

v0.1 (19/03/2008)
- First public release.




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 Nifty !

 
 by ayoli on: Mar 22 2008
 
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really cool one, rated good ;)


http://ayozone.org
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 very nice

 
 by califax on: Mar 23 2008
 
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but could u add an option for setting the hour offset?


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 Hours offset?

 
 by ClearenGlish on: Mar 23 2008
 
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I really like this screenlet....

I would find it easier to read if the hours were 15 degrees clockwise.
i.e. 12 O'clock is from the top to 30 degrees, 1 O'clock from 30 degrees to 60 degress, etc.

Just like a clock really.

Otherwise this is fantastic stuff, well done...


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 Re: Hours offset?

 
 by gruppler on: May 24 2008
 
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I submitted a modified version that includes the changes you suggested, since I was of the same opinion.
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=81719


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 Screenlet upgrade!

 
 by winckler on: Jun 7 2008
 
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Hi,
First of all, thanks for this nice work.

Using your code, I upgrade to a CalendarRing.

Including:
- Add calendar rings (Day of the week, Day of the Month, Month of the Year)
- Switch Hour to 24 steps

I submit here: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=82777

I would like to merge in a single screenlet. If you are interested, I can improve the code and add options to select clock or calendar mode.

If you don't like, I will fork your code and start a calendar only ring.

Once again, thanks, and let me know your opinion.


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 Awesome!

 
 by trusktr on: Jun 10 2010
 
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Hey Ashy, Super nice screenlet! I love this way more than a regular clock. Rated good :D


Hey, by any chance do you know where in the filesystem are individual screenlet settings stored?

I have found a glitch where if you rotate the Compiz cube while in screenlet mode then the screenlets get pushed waaaaaay off the screen and you can never see them!

It seems the x/y coordinates got modified as if while dragging the Compiz cube i was dragging the screenlets!


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