pclock is the ultimate analog clock app, featuring customizable pixmaps.
One current limitation is that the clock hands are drawn within the mask of the background XPM file.
Use ``pclock --help'' for instructions.
This program has only been tested with Linux and Window Maker, on a high-color display. It should work on 8-bit displays if you use backgrounds with small numbers of colors!
Note: you might find it useful to run multiple clocks in different timezones, this can be accomplished by using the following command for each clock:
env TZ=< timezone > pclock
Just replace with the name of a timezone (on my computer, they are in /usr/share/zoneinfo, one example is ``US/Pacific''). Watch out though, Window Maker doesn't remember the command correctly so you may need to edit your config files by hand to add back the ``env TZ=..'' part.