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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:  10089
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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 Perfect

 
 by marcotangaro on: Nov 23 2008
 
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thank you very mutch!


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 Great

 
 by UBB2 on: Nov 28 2008
 
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Thanks a lot for this, I waited for this all the time, now I can have a clock in the panel set in a way as I have it in KDE 3 (I will make a full move to KDE 4 earliest with Version 4.2)

Just a question: when I execute the "make install", a folder "/path/to" with the .desktop and .so files inside is created instead of moving the files correctly. I copied the files myself and now it is working fine. Have I done something wrong? I don't compile very often and this is the first plasmoid I installed.


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 Ok, found out

 
 by UBB2 on: Nov 28 2008
 
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Ah ok, it's because I have Kubuntu 8.10 like that guy before me. So my question is outdated. Thanks again.


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 Minor feature request

 
 by Anonycat on: Dec 22 2008
 
Score 50%

In the Settings dialog, would it be possible to have an Apply button in addition to just the OK button? This would make it much easier to experiment with layout changes, without having to right-click the plasmoid and reopen the dialog after every single little change that's made.


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 Re: Minor feature request

 
 by Emdek on: Dec 22 2008
 
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As far as I know it is not possible to add it in that place...
But I'm thinking about live preview or preview button or optional graphical editor (or combination of them) for one of next releases.


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 Problem with layout

 
 by cmlr on: Jan 17 2009
 
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When using the time format 9:00, 10:00 and so on, and the time changes from 9:00 to 10:00 so there is one more digit, the display doesn't expand, so the extra digit is hidden. The only solution is to log out and log in again.


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 Re: Problem with layout

 
 by Emdek on: Jan 17 2009
 
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Yes, it is possible, because width is calculated only after startup or after changing settings. Changing it every time when the date changes could be expensive and I don't think that somebody likes when applets are moving every second (if someone uses not typical format and shows seconds).
But this is a bug that must be fixed. I was thinking about one possible solution. I could try to replace placeholders with strings of possible maximum length for given date / time atom and then calculate width, without using current formatted date / time string.
I'll try to test that method as soon as I'll have more free time.


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 Wraping onto multiple lines

 
 by sprouty76 on: Jan 31 2009
 
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How do I stop it wrapping onto multiple lines? I want to get the time and date along side each other. I have a widescreen monitor, so I like having a thin, long panel.

I used to be able to specify something like "%H:%M:%S %d/%m/%Y" as the format, and get it all on one line, but it doesn't work anymore - I have to set the font size to small, which I don't want.


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 Re: Wraping onto multiple lines

 
 by sprouty76 on: Jan 31 2009
 
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Ok, replying to myself, but I stuck a m_clock->nativeWidget()->setWordWrap (false); in updateSize and it now works how I like.

Is there any chance that can be a configuration option in future versions?


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 Re: Re: Wraping onto multiple lines

 
 by Emdek on: Jan 31 2009
 
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I think that this should by always enabled, because if someone wants to use multiple lines he should just insert line breaks.
Thanks for report and suggestion, I'll add this fix in next version. ;-)


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