Clock24 1.01

A 24-hour analog clock for your desktop
Clock24 is the 24-hour analog clock for those programmers who have to get their work done before midnight. The short hand travels around in a day, whereas those on conventional analog clocks do so in half a day. The biggest reasons why I wrote this are that I often write code in the basement to find myself not sure whether it's nighttime or daytime, and that I prefer analog clocks to digital clocks.

Clock24 uses OpenGL to draw an analog clock, and GLUT to do UI stuff. It works well with X11 utilities like Devil's Pie.

Main features:

  • Compatibility mode(-c):
  • Emulates conventional 12-hour analog clock.
  • Reverse mode(-r):
  • With this option, midnight(0:00) goes to the bottom.
  • GMT mode(-g):
  • Shows GMT instead of local time.
  • Online help(-h):
  • Though it lacks man page.
  • Alarm:
  • On the time that the alarm is set, the color of backpanel changes to red. It often means that you missed a deadline.
  • All these options can also be turned on/off using a pop-up menu.

last updated on:
October 11th, 2008, 14:41 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Hisanobu TOMARI
homepage:
user.ecc.u-tokyo.ac.jp
license type:
Public Domain 
category:
ROOT \ Desktop Environment \ Tools

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