wmspaceclock 1.2d

wmspaceclock (or spaceclock for short) is an antialiased analog clock for the Window Maker dock to show the current local time.
wmspaceclock (or spaceclock for short) is an antialiased analog clock for the Window Maker dock to show the current local time. Some background pixmaps come from the pclock distribution.

Spaceclock uses a simple algorithm utilizing a subpixel mask to draw antialiased polygons. It could be enhanced further both in memory usage and output quality with a smarter algorithm.

Here are some key features of "wmspaceclock":

· Window Maker dock applet (may be used with BlackBox of FluxBox as well)
· Antialiased analog clock display
· Background image loading via gdk-pixbuf
· Configurable hand shapes via config file
· Approximately 6-levels of transparency in current rasterizer implementation
· Themes
· Written from scratch using C++

Requirements:

· gdk-pixbuf is required to compile spaceclock
· STLport or other high performance STL implementation highly recommended

Main features:

  • Window Maker dock applet (may be used with BlackBox of FluxBox as well)
  • Antialiased analog clock display
  • Background image loading via gdk-pixbuf
  • Configurable hand shapes via config file
  • Approximately 6-levels of transparency in current rasterizer implementation
  • Themes
  • Written from scratch using C

last updated on:
February 6th, 2008, 13:23 GMT
price:
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developed by:
Attila Tajti
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Desktop Environment \ Window Managers

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