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DigiClock widget - is a simple desktop widget showing time in digital format.





I don't like analog clocks and haven't found any digital one.
Here it is - written fully in Qt.

Features:
- configurable size
- configurable color for digits
- show/don't show seconds
- timezone selection
- doesn't consume power in background
- autorotation

Download: (extras-devel)
Home page (garage): DigiClock widget

Last edited by Avis; 11-09-2010 at 01:02 PM.
 

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Thanks, looks good, will give it a try.
 
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#3
great widget! any chance of changing the numbering scheme to 12 hour tho
 
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Originally Posted by porselinaheart View Post
great widget! any chance of changing the numbering scheme to 12 hour tho
Yes. I think it will be in next version.
 
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Great widget!!!!

I always liked better the digital clocks and if it is military time type even better.
 
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nice work Avis.
for changing the font does it use a font file or images of each number?
 
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Great, thanks!

I'll also have a look at your code, since making desktop widgets in Qt is a bit vague to me..
I think I'll dive into this a bit more:
http://labs.qt.nokia.com/2010/02/24/...creen-widgets/

And/or this:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3...dget-with-qt-4
QDesktopWidget?
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I think I know why your changelog isn't on the package page, I see three files on the source page:
digiclockwdg_0.2.0-3.dsc
digiclockwdg_0.2.0.orig.tar.gz
digiclockwdg_0.2.0-3.diff.gz

I also had this problem, it's solved in this thread:
http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=62114
Do the things in the first post, shown in blue, and it should be fine
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Originally Posted by Berserk View Post
Great, thanks!

I'll also have a look at your code, since making desktop widgets in Qt is a bit vague to me..
I think I'll dive into this a bit more:
http://labs.qt.nokia.com/2010/02/24/...creen-widgets/
I've used this way.
And for information: there is a small bug in "homescreenChanged" function (if You will ever use it) in "QMaemo5HomescreenAdaptor" - it always returns "false". But it is fixable.

And thanks for helping with "changes log" - I was thinking about it, but haven't enough time to search for answer
 
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Originally Posted by qwertyberty View Post
nice work Avis.
for changing the font does it use a font file or images of each number?
It uses now QLCDNumber. But I think about using different fonts in future...
 

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