FuzzyClock 1.0

GNOME clock screenlet
FuzzyClock is a funny screenlet for GNOME, that will show you time in a natural way, as if you ask someone "what time is it?".

For example, it will show "two and a half in the afternoon" for 14:32.

About Screenlets:

Screenlets is the name of both a set of independently-developed widget applications and the widget engine which runs them. The engine runs primarily on X11-based compositing window managers, most notably the Compiz (under Linux) architecture.

Until 0.0.14, screenlets were exclusively scripted in Python and drawn in SVG. Afterward, support was added for web widgets (widgets which are written in HTML, JavaScript and CSS, similar to widgets for Apple Inc.'s Dashboard).

last updated on:
October 7th, 2008, 9:18 GMT
developed by:
Igor Vatavuk
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
ROOT \ Desktop Environment \ Screenlets


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