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Fuzzy clock

   0.2  

Desklets

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Fuzzy clock
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Fuzzy clock
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  1738
Submitted:  Mar 17 2007

Description:

Fuzzy clock for gdesklets.
On mouseover date and digital time appear; on click it moves in front of overlapping windows. Colours and fonts are customisable, and you can set the arrangement depending on which corner of the screen you put it.




Changelog:

0.2 - tidied up code
0.1 - first release




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 by DRoy on: Mar 17 2007
 
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How do you install it. When i download it i just get text.


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 by cumpstey on: Mar 18 2007
 
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I'm still learning myself how to work gdesklets, and the documentation is by no means complete, but this is what works for me:
Save the file (which should be called fuzzyclock.display) into a convenient place (I use ~/.gdesklets/Displays/).
In a terminal enter:
gdesklets open ~/.gdesklets/Displays/fuzzyclock.display

As I say I'm pretty new to this, so if this doesn't work, assuming you've got gdesklets installed correctly, I may not be able to help.


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 by cumpstey on: Mar 18 2007
 
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i've just followed the 'download' link, which doesn't appear to be working correctly. If I click the link I get the file opened in the browser as text, but if I try to save the target it's a .php file, which I don't want. I guess in order to download you should click the download link, copy the resulting text from you browser, paste it into a text editor, save it as ~/.gdesklets/Displays/fuzzyclock.display
then run gdesklets open ~/.gdesklets/Displays/fuzzyclock.display


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 by leadgolem on: May 11 2007
 
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You can also copy the link location, open a terminal, and wget "linklocationhere". Incidentally, sticking this in any type of archive would solve the problem, users would just have to unpack the archive first.


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