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Wallpaper Clock Screenlet

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Screenlet

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Wallpaper Clock Screenlet
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Wallpaper Clock Screenlet
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  65768
Submitted:  Sep 23 2007
Updated:  May 21 2008

Description:

A Screenlet that shows a working clock wallpaper , you can get wallpaper clocks from http://www.vladstudio.com/wallpaperclock/ , the default version only include one wallpaper , however you can download them and extract them to the wallpaper folder inside the screenlet folder , just download the file and extract its content there

WORKS ON GNOME , KDE AND XFCE

Install
Install as usual

dependencies : python image module

by Helder Fraga aka Whise , The Wallpaper Clocks are completly made by Vlad Gerasimov at http://www.vladstudio.com , I have no association with him or his project


the wallpaper shown in the 3rd image has a bug , in order to make it work properly delete hour25.png from that wallpaper




Changelog:

v2.3 xfce workarround

v2.2 Some bug fixes , added kde strech option and black screen workarround

v2.1 The new version has some improvements made by Nikke , also fixed the time delay

v2 fixed a conflict with the manager

v1.9 fixed a bug where sometimes the wallpaper is generated but not set ,in gnome

v1.8 fixed moon phase

v1.6 support for 12/24 hour format

v1.5 added menu for wallpaper credits

v1.4 litle bug fix at start up

v1.2 uses much less ram

v1 moon phase and zodiac support
fixed a few bugs
should work on kde and gnome based desktops




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 Versions ?

 
 by cypherpunk on: Oct 31 2007
 
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What is the difference between 1.8 and 6 ?

Also I keep getting error message
DCOPClient::attachInternal. Attach failed Could not open network socket
ERROR: Couldn't attach to DCOP server!

I have GNOME desktop env.


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 How to install this!

 
 by kokonutssss on: Nov 23 2007
 
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Please help me!
Im new to linux and all this stuff, so, you know, i'm noob!
Can anybody tell me a way to install this on Ubuntu 7.1 gutsy?!
I couldn't figure that out by my own!

Thanks!


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 google's your friend

 
 by Whise on: Nov 23 2007
 
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http://www.google.pt/search?hl=pt-PT&q=install+screenlet+in+ubuntu&btnG=Pesquisar&meta=


Check out my Screenlets here

http://gnome-look.org/usermanager/search.php?username=Whise&action=contents

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 Help

 
 by Muscar on: Nov 29 2007
 
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When i rightclick to choos a wallpaper nothing shows up, i've tried to add new ones but nothing happends


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 don't work for me

 
 by reference2myself on: Dec 27 2007
 
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All this does for me is change the background to a solid color on Gutsy, tried 3 different wallpaper clocks.


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 Re: don't work for m

 
 by digitalslave on: Jan 5 2008
 
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ok so i figured out the problems with the wallpaperclock and gnome and again this is why linux is not taken in the mainstream since people cant write scripts or directions (coming from an applications/database developer and unix administrator)

follow these steps to get wallpaperclock to work....

download wallpaperclock screenlet
install wallpaperclock in ~/.screnlets (if it doesnt exist make it)
install python-image
download wallpaperclock theme

ok here is the rediculous part - the theme is call theme.wcz right? go to the wallpapers folder and create a FOLDER buy the name of theme.wcz and extract the real theme.wcz contents there

ok one more step for gnome users if you get dcop errors you needs to execute dcopserver

now run your screenlet and you should have the wallpaper clock running albeit a resource hog for one second every minute - make sure this sucker is turned off if you plan on doing any gaming.


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 Nice work

 
 by raulnds on: Jan 25 2008
 
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How do I get rid of the ugly looking big clock? If I quit it, time stops =D


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