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AeroG-inspired-digi-clock alt.

  

Karamba

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AeroG-inspired-digi-clock alt.
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Downloads:  4528
Submitted:  Sep 11 2005
Updated:  Sep 11 2005

Description:

...just wanted to have the date and the seconds in it ;-)

Remember that it needs Arial Black originally, else change the theme.

All credits to the authors..

Greets, Qd




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 Wow.

 
 by striker on: Sep 11 2005
 
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I simply love it that way... with date in it.

Thank you for modifiying this nice widget ;)


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 Re: Wow.

 
 by tux86 on: Mar 21 2006
 
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i don't need the date, because i'm using dbKalendar (http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=24368) as well ^^


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 12 hr mode

 
 by mperezra on: Jan 15 2007
 
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Is there any way to turn it to 12hr mode instead of 24... sorry I'm in america and we use mostly 12hr mode


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 How to execute it?

 
 by geekatusa on: May 5 2011
 
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Hi~Every one:
I am kind of newbie to Linux system.
When I run this program, the error messages as following.
$ls
aeroG-insp-digiclock.theme bg.png

$./aeroG-insp-digiclock.theme
bash: ./aeroG-insp-digiclock.theme: /usr/bin/superkaramba: bad interpreter: Permission denied

any help will be appreciate!!

#!/usr/bin/superkaramba
KARAMBA X=125 Y=125 W=196 H=90 LOCKED=true INTERVAL=999

IMAGE X=0 Y=0 PATH="bg.png"

#Clock
text x=24 y=15 sensor=program program="date +%T" fontsize=30 font="Arial Black" color=155,155,155 INTERVAL=999
text x=23 y=14 sensor=program program="date +%T" fontsize=30 font="Arial Black" color=255,255,255 INTERVAL=999

#Date
text x=24 y=53 sensor=program program="date +'%a, %e. %B %Y'" fontsize=11 font="Arial Black" color=155,155,155 INTERVAL=99999
text x=23 y=52 sensor=program program="date +'%a, %e. %B %Y'" fontsize=11 font="Arial Black" color=255,255,255 INTERVAL=99999


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