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Hi,

When watching a video, for example, it would be great to have a quick way to check the time. Going to the homescreen then selecting the player again is a bit long-winded. So I thought the best solution might be to add the time into the Ambiences pulldown selector, then you could just pull it down slightly to see the time and the player would carry on running.

Does anyone know of an app/patch that allows you to see the time without having to go to the homescreen?

If not, does anyone know which qml file would need to be modified, as I can't find it?

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You can "peek" at the home screen…
https://sailfishos.org/design/gestures/
You can also take a Peek at Home by starting an edge swipe and then, without lifting your finger, reversing the swipe back to the edge. This way you don’t need to actually leave the app for checking system status or updated information on app covers.
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Originally Posted by velox View Post
You can "peek" at the home screen…
https://sailfishos.org/design/gestures/
Thanks, velox. Just tried it, and that does exactly what I need, thanks.
 

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