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Adjustable Clock

   4.1.4 "Hello QML"  

Plasmoid Binary

Score 89%
Adjustable Clock
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  10249
Submitted:  Nov 8 2008
Updated:  Nov 1 2013

Description:

Plasmoid to show date and time in adjustable format using rich text.
Developed and tested on KDE 4.11 with Qt 4.8 (Kubuntu 13.10).

Source (main repository, with more frequent updates) is located at:
https://github.com/Emdek/plasmoid-adjustable-clock

Warning!
Version 4.0 (and newer) is not backwards compatible with 3.x, all custom formats need to be exported and manually converted.

QML themes support is currently considered as experimental, behavior and available API are not yet stable and most probably will be changed with next release.

Tips:
- to change tool tip text you need to set options toolTipExpressionMain and toolTipExpressionSub in applets configuration file (usually located at ~/.kde4/share/config/plasma-desktop-appletsrc), in group containing line plugin=adjustableclock;
- you can use advanced WebKit features (all of these that work with for example rekonq should work here too), for example use CSS to create reflections:

-webkit-box-reflect:below 5px -webkit-gradient(linear, left top, left bottom, from(transparent), color-stop(0.5, transparent), to(white));

And much more. ;-)

If you created interesting theme and want to share it then post in comments!

Features:
- fully custom date and time using JavaScript API to obtain date and time components;
- multiple clock themes utilizing various designs;
- possibility to use rich text editor or edit source directly (HTML and CSS or QML) to adjust theme;
- context menu with actions to copy formatted (adjustable expressions) date and time to clipboard;
- fast copy to clipboard of adjustable date and time expression after middle mouse click on the clock or activation of keyboard shortcut;
- adjustable tool tip (hidden option, toolTipExpressionMain and toolTipExpressionSub keys);
- standard clock calendar.

If you have found bugs or have suggestions you can contact me via email, message or using comments, before you will vote bad. And remember that not everybody has enough time for fast replying. ;-)




Changelog:

4.1.4 (01.11.2013):
- fixed week number not being updated;
- added missing title of "Insert Component" dialog.

4.1.3 (27.09.2013):
- ensure that component values are always up to date;
- adjust timestamp for time zone offset;
- do not allow for accidental nesting of components in editor;
- added option to hide date in Train Clock theme;
- added workaround to ensure that hands of SVG Clock have correct initial positions as soon as possible.

4.1.2 (01.06.2013):
- ensure that center of SVG Clock theme is always valid;
- improve resizing in vertical panels.

4.1.1 (25.05.2013):
- fixed WYSIWYG editor for HTML themes;
- fixed missing dialog for "Insert Component" actions.

4.1 (15.05.2013):
- added SVG Clock theme (analog clock that uses Plasma theme);
- added experimental support for QML themes (alpha state);
- added simple file templates for new themes;
- move theme editor to own dialog;
- move theme specific actions to context menu;
- added ability to install and export themes (Plasma Package ZIP);
- some other improvements and fixes.




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fix for Resume Issue (Abov

 
 by fdservices on: Oct 20 2013
 
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OK, I added the time zone to the label and this morning, when the netbook woke from sleep, the clock displayed the London time instead of the default Paris zone. No idea why, it happens rarely, and seems to be after the wake from sleep.

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fix for Resume Issue (

 
 by Emdek on: Oct 21 2013
 
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I have no idea, it might be Plasma returning invalid configuration values, but I've seen such things (invalid configuration values, returning defaults) only in plasmoidviewer when there is no configChanged() method implemented (or clockConfigChanged() in case of clocks).
Although it should mess up other settings too...

I'm afraid that there is need to do some debugging. I can prepare special version that would write debug data to log file, to find out culprit.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fix for Resume Iss

 
 by fdservices on: Oct 21 2013
 
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OK, but is seems to be very rare, and random. One other point is that it remains on the wrong time zone until it is manually reset. Don't know if that is relevant though.

Andrew


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fix for Resume

 
 by Emdek on: Nov 2 2013
 
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Sorry for delay, here is updated applet/Applet.cpp code:
http://pastebin.kde.org/pfugiqief
Just replace contents of that file and recompile.

It should create file adjustableclock.log in home directory and add some data each time timezone gets changed (manually, when reading configuration etc.).

When you will spot that error again then please attach all lines from that day (each has timestamp). If that file will grow too big then you can simply delete it, it should be recreated automatically.

If you have more instances of this applet then it will need small adjustment.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fix for Re

 
 by fdservices on: Nov 3 2013
 
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Thank you, will do.

The problem has not occurred since my last post, so may not be easy to find, or, indeed, may have been fixed in an update.

Andrew


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fix fo

 
 by Emdek on: Nov 3 2013
 
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I doubt that it got fixed in recent updates. ;-)
It could be more likely fixed by changes in KDE itself.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fi

 
 by fdservices on: Nov 3 2013
 
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Fingers crossed ;)

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 Re: Fix for Resume

 
 by fdservices on: Nov 14 2013
 
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OK, happened again after updating to latest Linux and rebooting. Log states:
2013.11.09 11:23:12 - Constructor called
2013.11.09 11:23:15 - Init called
2013.11.09 11:23:15 - ClockConfigChanged called (timezone: Local)
2013.11.14 09:30:57 - ChangeEngineTimezone called (timezone: Europe/Paris, old: Local, new: Europe/Paris)
2013.11.14 09:30:57 - ChangeEngineTimezone called (timezone: Europe/London, old: Europe/Paris, new: Europe/London)
2013.11.14 19:57:38 - Constructor called
2013.11.14 19:57:41 - Init called
2013.11.14 19:57:41 - ClockConfigChanged called (timezone: Europe/London)
2013.11.14 20:14:40 - Constructor called
2013.11.14 20:14:43 - Init called
2013.11.14 20:14:43 - ClockConfigChanged called (timezone: Europe/London)

Of course I have not changed the time zone, Paris is still the default, open adjustable clock settings and OK with no changes resets the time zone and time correctly.

Andrew



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fi

 
 by Emdek on: Nov 14 2013
 
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Thanks, I will analyze it further when I will have some free time (hopefully before end of the weekend) but it seems that it will give the answer. ;-)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fi

 
 by Emdek on: Nov 18 2013
 
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Here is modified version with added logging of wheel event, Applet.cpp and Applet.h:
http://pastebin.kde.org/pca9f10fb
http://pastebin.kde.org/p410a08f8

To produce standard version with disabled mouse wheel simply copy in appropriate places declaration and implementation of wheelEvent(QGraphicsSceneWheelEvent *event).
Implementation should contain only this line:
Q_UNUSED(event)
That should be sufficient to ignore them by libplasmaclock.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fix fo

 
 by Emdek on: Nov 17 2013
 
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According to:

2013.11.14 09:30:57 - ChangeEngineTimezone called
(timezone: Europe/Paris, old: Local, new:
Europe/Paris)
2013.11.14 09:30:57 - ChangeEngineTimezone called
(timezone: Europe/London, old: Europe/Paris, new:
Europe/London)


Error seems to be generated somewhere in libplasmaclock, for some reason it send twice request to change time zone...
And as far I can see in sources of that library that request is generated only when it reads configuration or when there is wheelEvent.

Do you want to try version that will also log mouse wheel events to confirm or disprove this conclusion?
Maybe some kind of glitch generates it while cursor is located over clock.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fi

 
 by fdservices on: Nov 17 2013
 
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Sure, whatever you think may help.

Looking at another answer below, if I touch the mousewheel over the applet the time changes. Is this a bug or a feature?

Andrew



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fix fo

 
 by Emdek on: Nov 17 2013
 
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It is a feature of libplasmaclock.
It is the main reason for allowing selection of multiple time zones, showing them in a tooltip is more like only additional use of them. ;-)
All of that are standard features of all Plasma based clocks.

If that conclusion will be confirmed then the only workaround would be to disable switching them by mouse wheel completely and such change will not be upstreamed.
Although it would be extremely easy to patch it each time (addition of ~5 lines of code in two files).


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fi

 
 by fdservices on: Nov 17 2013
 
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Never noticed it before, so it cannot be a problem.

Andrew



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 Bug in Week update

 
 by JabberWokky on: Oct 28 2013
 
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Apologies if there is a better place to file this. I did not find any.

It took a little while to realize that proper ISO Week number is component="Week", but it works. Now, however, I find the number is not updating on Monday mornings. Each week, I need to change themes back and forth or reboot (well, there are other options between the two) to get the week number to update. Otherwise, it just keeps displaying whatever the value of the ISO week was when it was last altered or started.


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 Re: Bug in Week update

 
 by Emdek on: Oct 28 2013
 
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Confirmed, somehow I have missed this one when preparing rules to fire update event...

Should be fixed in git now, thanks for report. :-)

BTW, it should be enough to use mouse wheel over applet and temporarily change timezone. ;-)


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 Wonderful

 
 by mixalns on: Nov 2 2013
 
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Great Work, thank you.


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 Short day name and date does not update

 
 by deshmukh on: Jan 16 2014
 
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I am running KDE 4.11.3 on Kubuntu 13.10.

I installed Adjustable Clock from repositories. I have created my own theme that displays Short Day name (Wed), Date (15), Short Month Name (Jan) and Time (10:21).

When I suspend the computer the previous day, the next day on waking up from suspend, the Day name and Date is not updated. But time is.

Could you please suggest a remedy?


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 Re: Short day name and date does not update

 
 by Emdek on: Jan 16 2014
 
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Is it current version?
Similar issues were fixed recently, in 4.1.3.


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 Re: Re: Short day name and date does not update

 
 by deshmukh on: Mar 8 2014
 
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Sure. I have been using older version.

The problem with the latest version is: it does not show up in Get Hot New Stuff dialog on my computer.

When I tried downloading it from kde-look.org, the Ubuntu link (emdek.pl) is not working :(

And I am a complete newbie here --- unable to get hang of make, install and other stuff


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 Re: Re: Re: Short day name and date does not updat

 
 by Emdek on: Mar 10 2014
 
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It's binary applet, these cannot be distributed using GHNS due to compatibility reasons...

What exactly doesn't work for you? Page itself or downloaded package?
There are only packages for 64 bit, newest being plasma-widget-adjustableclock_4.1.4_amd64.deb.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Short day name and date does not u

 
 by deshmukh on: Mar 16 2014
 
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I am using Kubuntu 13.10, so I clicked on the download link for (K)Ubuntu --- http://kde-apps.org/content/download.php?content=92825&id=5&tan=46417879

On clicking that link, another tab opens asking me ta wait while the download begins. It never does.

There is a link on that new tab --- to be clicked if the download does not begin:

http://emdek.pl/tests/plasmoids/

This link does not work.

Lastly, if the .deb package at the end of it all is a binary for 64-bit systems, it will not help me. I am using a 32-bit system.

Can you suggest some way in which I can get the latest Adjustable Clock?

Thanks!!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Short day name and date does n

 
 by Emdek on: Mar 16 2014
 
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You can try to compile it. ;-)
It's not that hard but you will have to install some packages first: cmake, gcc, kdelibs5-dev, kdebase-workspace-dev.
Then run install.sh in Konsole and that should be enough.

Your IP might be blocked on the server, you can send me it using private message, so I could ask administrators to unlock it.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Short day name and date do

 
 by deshmukh on: Mar 17 2014
 
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Well, OK. Will try compiling.

But on second thoughts, Kubuntu 14.04 is just a few weeks away. Will it contain the latest binary? In that case, will rather wait a few weeks!



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Short day name and date does n

 
 by Emdek on: Mar 17 2014
 
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Nope, they sync with Debian so they have outdated version:
http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/kde/plasma-widget-adjustableclock


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 Is this possible?

 
 by janet on: Feb 22 2014
 
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I've just seen "Momentum", a landing page for the Google Chrome browser. It shows a clock and below the clock "Good morning", "Good afternoon" etc. according to the current time, followed by the user's name. Might this also be possible with Adjustable Clock?

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/momentum/laookkfknpbbblfpciffpaejjkokdgca


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 Re: Is this possible?

 
 by Emdek on: Feb 22 2014
 
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Yes (except getting name of current user), it would have to react to event generated on hour change, do value comparison and substitute value.


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 Vertical clock

 
 by snoxu on: Jul 11 2014
 
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Is it possible to make the vertical clock configurable? The ability to hide elements like seconds, day, year, and choose the font would be great.

Nice work BTW!


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