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Android Clock screenlet by Slater91 Android Clock screenlet by Slater91
Theme for Clock screenlet.
I saw this one on OMG! Ubuntu!, but the download link was broken. I fell in love with it the first moment I'd seen it. I then decided to make a new one, and this is the result of my work.
Since I didn't have an .svg image to use, I embodied a .png into the .svg one. The result is quite good, but I recommend not to zoom over 150%.
To install: extract the file to a folder of your choice, then simply open the screenlet control panel, click on the Clock screenlet, select "Install new theme" and select the file.
If anyone knows where to get the .svg original file, please let me know about it.
Zipped the file because DeviantArt doesn't allow .tar.gz.
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d0od Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2011
I do so love this
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Slater91 Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2011
I'm glad you think that! Thank you for featuring it on OMG! Ubuntu! :D
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bn127 Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2010
Hi

I'm really sorry for this so late reply. I thought you had lost your interest on solving my problem and stopped looking the page. Until now when I found out that I was wrong. Forgive me for that.

How do I send you the folder you're asking for? I've been trying to copy it here and sending it as an attachment in an e-mail as well but without success.

Thanks
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Slater91 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
You have to zip it, then you can send it as a normal file (as it IS a normal file, when compressed).
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bn127 Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2010
Thank you for your interest on this matter. I'll wait for a possible solution.
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Slater91 Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2010
I'm looking into the matter and I've found out something. Could you please send me the folder /usr/bin/share/screenlets? Being not a programmer I'm trying to solve this by trial and error.
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bn127 Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2010
Very nice theme. I've installed it but don't know why the clock does not show any pointers. The seconds' one I can sometimes notice it running somewhere down right completely out of the clock image. Will you tell me where the problem is, please?
Thanks.
bn127
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Slater91 Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2010
That is really strange. I'll try and upload a new version, tell me if that solves the problem.
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bn127 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2010
Thanks for your prompt reply. I downloaded the file again and installed the screenlet after having deleted any clock screenlet's config. Unfortunately the situation remains the same. I don't know what's the problem but all the other clock themes show the pointers.
I hope you can help me solving this as your theme is superb.
Thanks.
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bn127 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2010
Sorry to get back on this matter. I oversized the clock image to 4,00 and found out that the pointers (all) are somewhere out of the image between the numbers 4 and 5 being visible only in that angle (between 4/5).
Thanks.
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