orbitclock 0.3

orbitclock is a pseudo-Star-Trek-style desktop clock.
orbitclock displays a small circular representation of a clock in a pseudo-Star-Trek style.

Nifty little Star-Trek-ish clock display. Resizable, but some of the parameters in the code may need to be tweaked to make it look good at other sizes.

Feel free to play with the parameters at the top of draw() and the colors. Let me know if you get something niftier.

Usage:

orbitclock [options]
-geometry WxH[+X+Y] set window geometry
-bg < color name > background color
-fg < color name > foreground 1 color (tick)
-fg2 < color name > foreground 2 color (block)
-rings < hms|smh|etc. > ordering of rings from inside out (default hms)
-font < font > font to use for date (implies -date)
-date[=optional format] draw date in center, strftime format string literal 'n' causes line break example: -date="%m/%d/%Yn%H:%M:%S" equals sign is REQUIRED, don't ask me why.

last updated on:
May 19th, 2005, 16:07 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Jeremy Weatherford
homepage:
xidus.xidus.net
license type:
Public Domain 
category:
ROOT \ Desktop Environment \ Tools

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