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BeClock

   0.18  

KDE Improvement

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BeClock
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Homepage:  Link
Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  3329
Submitted:  Dec 23 2009
Updated:  Mar 4 2012

Description:

A simple clock, implemented as KWin Effect

- This is NO plasmoid!
- You need active desktop FX to use this clock

** NOTICE **
For KDE 4.10 you'll have to obtain the version from https://sourceforge.net/p/bekwinfx/
(either through preferably git or a live tarball)

0.18 will not work on KDE 4.10

Installation:
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tar -xJf beclock-kwin-fx.x.y.txz
cd beclock-kwin-fx
./configure
cd build
make && sudo make install
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to activate or configure
- rightclick some titlebar
- say "configure..."
- click "all effects"
- filter for beclock
- check and maybe configure it.
- click apply


Advances:
- always on top
- input event dead (you can click through etc.)

Features:
- AM/PM or 24h digital display
- optional date display
- binary clock




Changelog:

0.18
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- hometime support, ie you get one additional timezone to select which will appear as a dot in the analog rings only

0.17a
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- yet another maintenance release, fixes 64bit (thanks to Raymond Wooninck for notice and a patch) and KDE 4.7 building
- hometime support comes later ...

0.17
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- build fix
- show corner activated clock on countdown
- preselect local time format (24h ./. AM/PM)

0.16
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- maintainance release for KDE SC 4.8rc1 compilation. No functional change.
- update on 2012-02-03: cmake janus compilation issues, no code change

0.15
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- support for 4.8 (yes, doesn't disappear anymore)
- alpha support for GLSL 2.0 (the blendfunction was irrelevant since not used anyway - i fixed kwin to support 2.0 shaders on my box ;-)
- as an extra bonus a binary and a Maya inspired clock =)




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 nice :)

 
 by nowardev on: Mar 21 2010
 
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just make and make install
ty mate


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 multiple monitor issue

 
 by riepernet on: Mar 28 2010
 
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nice one - i like the simplicity very much.
however, there is an issue when a second monitor with a different resolution is attached. it then draws automaticly on the second one, but due to the higher resolution the clock is somewhat dislocated. i've set the clock to static in the lower left edge.
is there a way to make the clock aware of the screen?


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 Re: multiple monitor issue

 
 by thomas12777 on: Mar 28 2010
 
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sorry, i must confess that i never thought about (dynamic) multiscreen situations.

ultimately you rather need a layouting that works by an anchor and padding (i.e. 20,20 from bottom left corner)


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 Re: Re: multiple monitor issue

 
 by riepernet on: Mar 28 2010
 
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thnx a lot for the clarification.
implementation would then be up to you ;) since i am not able to hack that myself. if you need more information please say so.


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 Re: Re: Re: multiple monitor issue

 
 by thomas12777 on: Mar 29 2010
 
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ok, please check whether 0.7 works for you.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: multiple monitor issue

 
 by riepernet on: Mar 29 2010
 
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thnx - will do that.
However, I am confused: download-links says -0.6... and the "about" after install still talks about 0.5 ;-)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: multiple monitor issue

 
 by thomas12777 on: Mar 29 2010
 
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Ummm - i think i forgot to push the file when updating, i'm terribly sorry.

The proper version is named and says "0.7"


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: multiple monitor issue

 
 by riepernet on: Mar 30 2010
 
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test result is: works like a charm.
after connecting a second screen, the clock shows up on the external, but aligns as set in the config ;)
if i change the alignment in the settings, plasma (or whatever happens during a logout/login procedure) needs to be restarted.



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: multiple monitor issue

 
 by meyerm on: Mar 30 2010
 
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Great, looks good :-)

Now my question would still be, why it is displayed on the second screen? I'd prefer it beeing on my primary screen (beamer connected to second screen, primary is still the LVDS-TFT of the notebook) - is there any chance of you looking into a possibility of defining the screen to use?

Thanks! I really like your clock - it enabled me to now really get rid of an always visible panel!



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: multiple monitor issue

 
 by thomas12777 on: Mar 30 2010
 
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> if i change the alignment in the settings, plasma (or whatever happens during a logout/login procedure) needs to be restarted.

To gain what?
I.e. this should _never_ be necessary.
Does the clock appear on the "wrong" screen?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: multiple monitor issue

 
 by riepernet on: Mar 30 2010
 
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so, i did some more testing. now it somehow works without logout+login.
it doesnt show up exactly on the wrong screen, since i like it this way, but the behavior is like that:
single screen:
- clock appears where expected (i.e. top/left)

external screen attached (with xrandr):
clock disappears on the internal screen, appears on the external (top/left)

two screens at boot time:
clock shows up at the external (top/left)

external screen detached:
clock appears again on internal screen (top/left)

and last but not least:
two screens + opening the Beclock configure dialog:
made some position changes (top/right), hit "ok" button: clock disappears on the external screen (top/left) and show up at the internal (top/right)

what happens is, that the external is labeled as screen #1 when it gets attached. i remember this is has something to do with the intel-driver (my card is a gma945) or xrandr or whatever...



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: multiple monitor issue

 
 by thomas12777 on: Mar 31 2010
 
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ok, 0.8 can force a screen (if there's more than one) - otherwise always the "activeScreen()" is used

i must confess that i've no idea what that means, but i assume when you activate the config dialog, it's opened on the internal screen which in consequence becomes active, so the clock was placed there. whenever you at/detached the other screen the compositor probably gets restarted and the new one is marked active until it's removed. i've no exp. with multimonitor software, so i don't have a good concept about how to deal this at hand - feel free to suggest some :)


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 Titlebar orientation

 
 by rahulthewall3000 on: Mar 29 2010
 
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How did you orient your title bar over to the left side in stead of it being on the top?


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 Re: Titlebar orientation

 
 by riepernet on: Mar 29 2010
 
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install Bespin: http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Bespin?content=63928
you will find the option under: systemsettings > appearance > windows > layout > [x] netbook compatible ...


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 Re: Re: Titlebar orientation

 
 by rahulthewall3000 on: Apr 5 2010
 
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Hi,

Yeah, I have always seen that netbook orientation option. Now I know what it does. :) Thanks.


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 Re: Titlebar orientation

 
 by riepernet on: Mar 30 2010
 
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install Bespin: http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Bespin?content=63928
you will find the option under: systemsettings > appearance > windows > layout > [x] netbook compatible ...


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 Errors on install

 
 by brucew on: Mar 30 2010
 
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I am getting these errors on install. BeClock shows up in config but fails upon activation.

Here is the error:
Quote:
~/Downloads/KDE/Plasmoids/BeClock/beclock-kwin-fx/build$ make && sudo make build
Scanning dependencies of target kcm_kwin4_effect_beclock_automoc
[ 0%] Built target kcm_kwin4_effect_beclock_automoc
Scanning dependencies of target kcm_kwin4_effect_beclock
[ 20%] Building CXX object CMakeFiles/kcm_kwin4_effect_beclock.dir/kcm_kwin4_effect_beclock_automoc.o
[ 40%] Building CXX object CMakeFiles/kcm_kwin4_effect_beclock.dir/beclock_config.o
In file included from /home/brucew/Downloads/KDE/Plasmoids/BeClock/beclock-kwin-fx/beclock_config.cpp:156:
/home/brucew/Downloads/KDE/Plasmoids/BeClock/beclock-kwin-fx/build/beclock_config.moc:14:2: error: #error "This file was generated using the moc from 4.5.2. It"
/home/brucew/Downloads/KDE/Plasmoids/BeClock/beclock-kwin-fx/build/beclock_config.moc:15:2: error: #error "cannot be used with the include files from this version of Qt."
/home/brucew/Downloads/KDE/Plasmoids/BeClock/beclock-kwin-fx/build/beclock_config.moc:16:2: error: #error "(The moc has changed too much.)"
make[2]: *** [CMakeFiles/kcm_kwin4_effect_beclock.dir/beclock_config.o] Error 1
make[1]: *** [CMakeFiles/kcm_kwin4_effect_beclock.dir/all] Error 2
make: *** [all] Error 2


Please advise.
Thanx


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 Re: Errors on install

 
 by thomas12777 on: Mar 30 2010
 
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looks like you installing from an old dir (i.e. you had installed an older version from here before) and you're Qt version changed (4.5 -> 4.6)

just wipe or delete the build dir and re-configure (qt moc stumbles on old versions instead of recreating them)


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 Nice

 
 by symbianflo on: Apr 2 2010
 
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Very fine job
thx m8
i've manage to have a clean build/install on mandriva
2009.1/2010.0,
Works smooth
If somebody is interested, the rpms are available on MRB
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 Compliment

 
 by sensemilla on: Apr 16 2010
 
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Nice, and greatful work. It's a simply and beautiful design that never interferes on any window.


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