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MacSlow\'s Cairo-Clock


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MacSlow\'s Cairo-Clock

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Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  19705
Submitted:  Jan 23 2006
Updated:  Apr 1 2006


It’s an analog clock displaying the system-time. “So what?”, you might say, “There are about 1.023.493 of those already out there!”. Indeed there are and probably some more, but this one is a bit different. It leverages the new visual features offered by Xorg 6.9/7.0 in combination with a compositing-manager (e.g. like xcompmgr), gtk+ 2.8.x and cairo 1.0.2 to produce a time-display with pretty-pixels.


New feautures are for release 0.3.2 are...

- 24h-mode added
- many new themes


moonhyunjin@gmail.com recently sent me a FC5test3 source- and binary-RPM of the 0.3.1 release. Added them to the available download-links.


I just added a gentoo-overlay for the 0.3.1 release kindly provided to me by sasuomin@uusikaupunki.fi


New feautures are for release 0.3.1 are...

- added four new themes (zen, antique, - radium, funky)
- fixed desktop-menu entry
- added man-page
- shaped input via XShape 1.1 added
- more robust command-line handling
- sticky-option added


New feautures are for release 0.3 are...

- persistence (all settings are remembered)
- performance-tuning (uses surface buffering)
- desktop menu-entry (see Applications/Accessories)
- preferences dialog (quite HIG-compliant)
- on-the-fly theme-switching
- four themes (default, fdo, glassy, simple)
- more command-line arguments (try --help)
- binary- and source-rpms (for FC5test2)
- deb for Ubuntu (Dapper Drake)
- overlay/ebuild for Gentoo

Ubuntu(cairo-clock_0.3.2-1_i386.deb (Dapper Drake))
Ubuntu(cairo-clock_0.3.2-1_powerpc.deb (Dapper Drake))
Ubuntu(cairo-clock_0.3.2-1_amd64.deb (Dapper Drake))
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 Minimized :(

 by rgavril on: Feb 3 2007
Score 50%

I usually have lots of windows maximized when working. The quickest way to see what is on my desktop is to use the 'Show Destop' button (gnome+metacity) that minimizes all windows. It would be cool if the clock window wouldn't minimize too when doing that, but i guess this is window manager's fault :( , can it be tricked somehow to never send to tray the clock window ?

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 Cant get it to work.

 by FastZ on: Feb 17 2007
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I installed the Cairo-clock program from the Ubuntu archive but I cant get the darn thing to work! I run cairo-clock from Alt+F2 and a white box will show up for where the clock should be, I right click it and choose a theme but no clock will show up. I use beryl and have it running, I dont know if that has anything to do with it.

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 Re: Cant get it to w

 by hokum on: Mar 8 2007
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Try to launch it, for example, with such command: "cairo-clock -w 300 -g 300 -s -t glassy -d -x 200 -y 200"
It seems like with Beryl not all sizes drawed correctly

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 by simplistic on: Feb 26 2007
Score 50%
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It would appear that the clock doesn't like AIXGL. If you use that as a renderer then you get a grey box instead of the clock. This happens with Beryl.

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 installing themes

 by h48b80 on: Jul 2 2007
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hi all

i need help to install this clock themes in my gnome desktop.
i am using fedora 7
i tried with fc4 but could not get it right
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