xonclock 0.0.9.3

A very simple X on-screen analog clock
xonclock is X on-screen analog clock displayer with assignable skins. The program was tested to work with WindowMaker and FluxBox, if you are planning to use xonclock with KDE, GNOME and others you should read manual pages of its window managers.

For example using xonclock with KDE 3.2.1 you'll need to set window placement as "Zero-Cornered" (KDE Control Center -> Window Behaviour -> Placement -> Zero-Cornered) otherwise xonclock "--placement" option will take no effect. Using xonclock with KDE, GNOME or XFce the "--no-winredirect" xonclock option is required.

The internal clock skin is taken from ClockX program with its author permission. Additional skins may be found at http://clocx.fi.cz. I'm not the Linux programming guru so if you've found a bug don't swear at me but better fix it and give me a patch.

Requirements:

· imlib-1.9.15
· make-3.80
· gcc-3.3.2
· XFree-4.3.0 or XOrg-6.8.2 (with Xrender and Xshape extensions support)
· FreeType2-2.1.9

last updated on:
February 16th, 2011, 13:01 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Cyrill Gorcunov
homepage:
xonclock.sourceforge.net
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Desktop Environment \ Tools

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