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Wallpaper Clocks for KDE

   0.2  

KDE Improvement

Score 74%
Link:  http://
Downloads:  849
Submitted:  Mar 20 2008
Updated:  Mar 21 2008

Description:

This is a set of three shell scripts that allow one to 'run' Wallpaper Clocks in KDE.

Wallpaper Clocks are wallpapers that display current date and time.

HOW TO USE
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1. Extract the contents of the archive in a directory
2. Put some wallpaper clocks in it. You can get wallpaper clocks at [url] http://www.vladstudio.com/wallpaperclock [/url]. Some of them are free
3. run ./wclock_kdesktop.sh your_wallpaper.wcz

WARNING : First version. Support for only 24 Hour format digital wallpapers.

CLEANUP
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Don't forget to remove the /tmp/wclock_* directories from time to time

DEPENDENCIES
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* ImageMagick
* Unzip


Comments are welcome. Enjoy.




Changelog:

Version 0.2 :
* Speed improvements : don't regenerate whole wallpaper on minute change. Wallpaper is generated once per hour without minutes and minutes are appended on change




LicenseGPL
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 Autostart

 
 by cserge on: Mar 21 2008
 
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I added to Autostart:
/rm -Rf /tmp/wclock_*
cd /[directory_where_wclock]
./wclock_kdesktop.sh name_wallpaper.wcz &

This way i am sure not to forget removing the /tmp/wclock_* directories.

Is it a good idea?


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 Autostart

 
 by cserge on: Mar 21 2008
 
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I added to Autostart:
rm -Rf /tmp/wclock_*
cd /[directory_where_wclock]
./wclock_kdesktop.sh name_wallpaper.wcz &

This way i am sure not to forget removing the /tmp/wclock_* directories.

Is it a good idea?


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 Re: Autostart

 
 by DexterMagnific on: Mar 21 2008
 
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Yes very good :)


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 CPU resources

 
 by ZdadrDeM on: Mar 21 2008
 
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Works fantastic, but on my T2300 it needs nearly 10 seconds to compose the new image every minute and it uses huge cpu resources.

Could you change the script to compose the image with month, day of the week and day of the month first and save it. Then you only have to use composite 2 times every minute (for minute and hour). Of course at 00.00 the script must compose a new image with all things.


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 Re: CPU resources

 
 by DexterMagnific on: Mar 21 2008
 
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I uploaded the version 0.2 which builds the wallpaper once per hour and appends the minutes every minute. Should be faster and less CPU aggressive.


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 help

 
 by ssuuddoo on: Mar 21 2008
 
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hi dexter,

thank you very much 4 posting this program. but when I run it, it only changes the wallpaper. the deps - imagemagick and unzip are installed correctly. the files in the /tmp directory are created, but the actual time does not show on the desktop.

any suggestion?

thnx


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 Re: help

 
 by DexterMagnific on: Mar 21 2008
 
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Currently, only 24 hour digital clocks are supported. Analog clocks are not supported. So be sure to download a wallpaper that once extracted, has "refreshhourinterval=60" in the clock.ini file


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 Re: help

 
 by ZdadrDeM on: Mar 21 2008
 
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I had the same problem in ubuntu. Install graphicsmagick-imagemagick-compat instead of imagemagick.


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 exactly !!!

 
 by ssuuddoo on: Mar 21 2008
 
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thank you both...

the problem was solved installing the graphicsmagick-imagemagick-compat and removing the imagemagick.

thank you very much

:)

peaceful easter


ssuuddoo
Slovakia

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 Nice :)

 
 by sunman on: Mar 22 2008
 
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Thanks a lot for this! I was looking for some way easier than screenlets to try the wallpaper clocks out. I had to make a minor change (mktemp on my Slack 12 system wanted six X's for the template) but it works great :)


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