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MacSlow\'s Cairo-Clock

   0.3.2  

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MacSlow\'s Cairo-Clock
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Link:  Link
Depends on  GTK 2.x
Downloads:  19446
Submitted:  Jan 23 2006
Updated:  Apr 1 2006

Description:

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.




Changelog:

New feautures are for release 0.3.2 are...

- 24h-mode added
- many new themes

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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.

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

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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

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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




LicenseGPL
Source(cairo-clock-0.3.2.tar.bz2)
Source(cairo-clock-0.3.2.tar.bz2.sha1sum)
Ubuntu(cairo-clock_0.3.2-1_i386.deb (Dapper Drake))
Ubuntu(cairo-clock_0.3.2-1_i386.deb.sha1sum)
Ubuntu(cairo-clock_0.3.2-1_powerpc.deb (Dapper Drake))
Ubuntu(cairo-clock_0.3.2-1_powerpc.deb.sha1sum)
Ubuntu(cairo-clock_0.3.2-1_amd64.deb (Dapper Drake))
Ubuntu(cairo-clock_0.3.2-1_amd64.deb.sha1sum)
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 don't see anything!

 
 by linmain on: Feb 6 2006
 
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hi macslow! i don't see anything of the clock! yet i can click on the clock(guessing its position) and call configure. but regardless what i'm setting, the clock still isn't visible! i use the newest librsvg, for which i had to replace a method name in your sources, to compile it cleanly:

rsvg_cairo_render -> rsvg_handle_render_cairo

anyway, after running kompmgr, and cairo-clock i can't see the clock. any ideas?


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 Re: don't see anything!

 
 by linmain on: Feb 6 2006
 
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ok, solved. my librsvg was too recent.
one note finally: i thin we really need clicking through windows under X. perhaps X should manage if pixels are 100% transparent, then the user can click on it and the click is delegated to the window behind it.


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 Re: Re: don't see an

 
 by MacSlow on: Feb 6 2006
 
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Indeed that missing "click-through" is really annoying (for people that know what's going on) or just plain confusing (for people that don't know "how stuff works (tm)"). For 0.4 I'll have to get something sorted out for this glitch with the X11-Shape extension. Fixes for the newest librsvg, a command-line parsing bug , man-page installation and the wrong path in the desktop-menuitem will also come with that release.

But after the patch for the changed librsvg call it works under KDE (and its compositing manager) for you?

Best regards...

MacSlow


First they ignore you...
then they laugh at you...
then they fight you...
then you win!
(Gandhi)

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 Re: Re: Re: don't see an

 
 by linmain on: Feb 9 2006
 
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indeed, it worked just fine. see this screenshot:

http://img148.imageshack.us/img148/3908/screeny303jz.jpg


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 Re: don't see anythi

 
 by MacSlow on: Feb 6 2006
 
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Yeah, they changed that call from librsvg 2.13.90 to 2.13.91 *sigh* I also found out yesterday. Just when a few folks form the community helped with getting rpms and ebuilds done.

Best regards...

MacSlow


First they ignore you...
then they laugh at you...
then they fight you...
then you win!
(Gandhi)

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 screeny

 
 by linmain on: Feb 10 2006
 
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indeed, it worked just fine. see this screenshot:

http://img148.imageshack.us/img148/3908/screeny303jz.jpg

i posted this message twice, since the original message was too deep into the another thread :)


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 Re: screeny

 
 by kiddo on: Feb 22 2006
 
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This is awesome. It just works! Even with Compiz on Dapper Drake! Thanks


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 Re: Re: screeny

 
 by MacSlow on: Feb 22 2006
 
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Sure it does. No reason why it should not :) I also had my fair bit of play-time with the clock running under Xgl/compiz. Check out http://macslow.thepimp.net/?p=24

Best regards...

MacSlow


First they ignore you...
then they laugh at you...
then they fight you...
then you win!
(Gandhi)

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 awesome clock

 
 by FforFragging on: Feb 28 2006
 
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I love this, it's beautiful :) Great work.

One problem though, the clock doesn't seem to have transparency on my box, the clock is displayed on top of a black square.


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 Re: awesome clock

 
 by MacSlow on: Feb 28 2006
 
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Oh please people... do read the requirements on the project-page. You need Composite enabled in your xorg.conf and a running compositing-manager like xcompmgr or compiz. Folks running it under KDE/kwin also reported that kwin's compositing-manager works too.

Best regards...

MacSlow


First they ignore you...
then they laugh at you...
then they fight you...
then you win!
(Gandhi)

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 Re: awesome clock

 
 by FforFragging on: Mar 1 2006
 
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Sorry, I missed it. Maybe it would help if you'd place a separate paragraph in description, with a list of the dependencies?

Currently it says "It leverages the new visual features offered by " in the description, if you would write "requirements" in capital letters it would be harder to miss.


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 Re: Re: awesome cloc

 
 by MacSlow on: Mar 2 2006
 
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*cough.cough*

http://macslow.thepimp.net/?page_id=23#mark_5

*cough.cough*

:)

Best regards...

MacSlow


First they ignore you...
then they laugh at you...
then they fight you...
then you win!
(Gandhi)

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 Black square

 
 by priyank on: Apr 2 2006
 
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Hey,
im running xcompmgr on Xorg7.0 but still i get a black square around the clock. any idea why ?
even the composite extension is enabled in the xorg's config.

heres a screenshot of how it looks : http://priyank.one09.net/cairoclock.png

Anyways, great work man :-)


- Priyank
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 Re: Black square

 
 by MacSlow on: Apr 2 2006
 
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Ehm... not sure. Aside from double-checking that you are really running on X11 with enabled "Composite":

xdpyinfo | grep Composite

I would try to run xcompmgr with different parameters. I tend to call it like this:

xcompmgr -cCfF -r15 -o.75 -l-20 -t-17 -D6

Best regards...

MacSlow


First they ignore you...
then they laugh at you...
then they fight you...
then you win!
(Gandhi)

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 Re: Black square

 
 by linmain on: Apr 14 2006
 
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you have to enable ARGB windows with xcompmgr, see if there is a commandline option for this, i'm not sure...


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 aiglx support?

 
 by tigrux on: Apr 12 2006
 
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Any chance to get this working with AIGLX?


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 Re: aiglx support?

 
 by MacSlow on: Apr 13 2006
 
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I don't run AIGLX myself, but heard from people who use AIGLX that it works. That's all I can say about it at the moment.

Best regards...

MacSlow


First they ignore you...
then they laugh at you...
then they fight you...
then you win!
(Gandhi)

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 explanation

 
 by malcolm on: May 27 2006
 
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can someone pls tell me how to use the MacSlow\'s Cairo-Clock on gnome?
I can't do it from preferences-->theme.
thanks in advence


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 Re: explanation

 
 by MacSlow on: May 31 2006
 
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When you started cairo-clock right-click on it and be surprised :)

There's also a man-page installed with it. So just do a:

man cairo-clock

and read a bit about it.

Best regards...

MacSlow


First they ignore you...
then they laugh at you...
then they fight you...
then you win!
(Gandhi)

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