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Clock Ring Screenlet

   0.3.3  

Screenlet

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Clock Ring Screenlet
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Clock Ring Screenlet
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Downloads:  6672
Submitted:  May 24 2008
Updated:  Mar 13 2009

Description:

Originally created by Ashy. A modified version of version 0.3 that aligns the blocks at right angles and has configurable spaces between blocks of 5 minutes/seconds.

Link to original:
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=77240




Changelog:

v0.3.3 (3/13/2009) (By Gruppler)
- Added option to display zero hours rather than 12 or 24

v0.3.2 (26/07/2008) (By Gruppler)
- Added option for 24-hour time
- Syncronized update interval with system clock
- Removed update checking for this branch

v0.3.1 (24/05/2008) (By Gruppler)
- Shifted block alignment 15 degrees
- Added option for block division spacing

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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 Zero Hour?

 
 by rmlrml on: Mar 13 2009
 
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hi, first of all, LOVE IT. especially the 24hr face functionality.

i hope this isn't the same as Matiee's comment (didn't understand it perfectly), but i'm wishing that i could have the option for no hour block to be lit between 12midnite and 1am. I do think of it as 'zero' or 'new day, haven't completed one hour yet'. in other words, when i look at my cell phone right now which is set to 24 hour time, it says "00:52", not "24:52". is this making sense? is there an easy way i can reprogram clockring myself to reflect this?
thanks


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 Re: Zero Hour?

 
 by gruppler on: Mar 13 2009
 
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I just updated it so you now have this option. Good idea!


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 Very nice!

 
 by tneo on: Apr 5 2009
 
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Nice clockwork.
Can you provide me perhaps with the color settings as you've used in the first screenshot?


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 Totally sweet.

 
 by momokatte on: Jun 3 2009
 
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Gruppler, thanks very much for the hour-ring fix and the additional features! This clock looks great on my desktops and it's fun to read.


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 OMG THIS IS NAICE

 
 by dotducky on: Sep 17 2010
 
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This is what I've been looking for. Amazing clock, truly amazing!

A couple features I would recommend: add the settings to make each ring individual sizes

and

is there a way to make the seconds hand like a fluid moving block? rather than ticking?


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 Re: OMG THIS IS NAICE

 
 by gruppler on: Sep 17 2010
 
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Thanks!

It shouldn't be hard to add separate fields for each ring. I bet you could do it if you're willing to take a stab at it.

As for fluid motion, the script only runs once a second to update. To have a fluid movement, I believe the script would have to update hundreds of times every second, which would eat up your CPU. Of course, I may be wrong; all I know about screenlet python scripting is what I learned from modifying this.


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 Broken in Natty Narwhal 11.04

 
 by OleM on: Apr 30 2011
 
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My Clock Ring Screenlet 0.3.3 is broken after updating to Ubuntu 11.04, maybe due to a different python version.

Error message:
File "./ClockRingScreenlet.py", line 135, in __setattr__self.__guiTimer = gobject.timeout_add(value, self.updateGUI)
TypeError: integer argument expected, got float

Fix:
Convert the "value" in line 135 to integer.

Diff:
135c135
< self.__guiTimer = gobject.timeout_add(int(round(value)), self.updateGUI)
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> self.__guiTimer = gobject.timeout_add(value, self.updateGUI)

Still love it, though. Best regards,
Ole


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