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TextDateTime Screenlet

   2009.08.10  

Screenlet

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TextDateTime Screenlet
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TextDateTime Screenlet
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TextDateTime Screenlet
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  2566
Submitted:  Jul 30 2009
Updated:  Aug 10 2009

Description:

TextDateTime is a Screenlet for Linux that displays the current time and/or date in simple text format with customizable fonts and colors.

The example screenshots are using three TextDateTime instances.




Changelog:

2009.08.10:
* Added text-transform options (uppercase, lowercase, swapcase)
* Fixed text alignment bug

2009.08.05:
* Added user-friendly formatting presets

2009.07.31:
* Made shadow distance and frame padding configurable




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(packaged TextDateTime Screenlet 2009.08.10)
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 very nice idea

 
 by chriskin on: Jul 30 2009
 
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i'm downloading now, i'll try it once i have some free time

thanks for the contribution :)


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 Re: very nice idea

 
 by chriskin on: Jul 30 2009
 
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can you tell me the font and the text format used for the third picture?

(by the way i tried it and it is really good :) )


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 Re: Re: very nice idea

 
 by momokatte on: Jul 30 2009
 
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The calligraphic fonts in that screenshot are Zapfino Linotype Three and Zapfino Linotype Four, both available at http://fonts.ro/ . The weekday (%A) and date (%e %B %Y) are just positioned very close to each other, and right-aligned to keep them looking consistent as the text changes from day to day.

I'm glad you like the screenlet, I'm happy to finally share it with other people. :)


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 Re: Re: Re: very nice idea

 
 by chriskin on: Jul 30 2009
 
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thanks for the link and the instructions, i'll try it tomorrow


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 Re: Re: Re: very nice idea

 
 by Mar4 on: Aug 8 2009
 
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Good screenlet, man! Can you please tell me what's the font on the first picture? Thanks!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: very nice idea

 
 by momokatte on: Aug 9 2009
 
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It's called "The Battle Continuez". :)


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 hi

 
 by misswham on: Aug 19 2009
 
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i just added this screenlet and it shows up in the screenlet box but when i go to launch/add, it doesnt show up on my desktop.


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 Re: hi

 
 by momokatte on: Aug 21 2009
 
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I'm very new to screenlets, so I don't know if I can provide much insight into your situation. I've run TextDateTime successfully within Compiz and Metacity, with and without compositing.

Are you using Screenlets 0.1.2? Does TextDateTime print any errors to ~/.xsession-errors or ~/.config/Screenlets/TextDateTimeScreenlet.log ?


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 fonts

 
 by guizmos on: Oct 1 2009
 
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Can you tell me what's the name of the fronts of the second screen ?


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 Re: fonts

 
 by momokatte on: Oct 3 2009
 
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The day and date are "Shoguns Clan" and the time is "Weltron Urban".


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 Perfetto!

 
 by khaosdrone on: Nov 3 2009
 
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This is exactly what i was looking for.

Sinds i am not good at making this kind of stuff.

I would like to thank you for making the screenlet and sharing it with all of us so we all benefit from it.

Cheers m8 keep it up!


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 thanks

 
 by ouch on: Sep 2 2010
 
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thanks a lot, great screenlet


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