MacSlow's Cairo Clock
MacSlow's Cairo Clock is an open source analog clock
displaying the system time.
This applications leverages the visual features offered by
Xorg 7.0 in combination with a compositing-manager (e.g. like xcompmgr
or compiz), GTK+ 2.10.0, cairo 1.2.0, libglade 2.6.0 and librsvg 2.14.0
to produce a time display with pretty-pixels.
MacSlow's Cairo Clock has arguably the best clock face.
| Cairo Clock
Free to download
GNU GPL v2
Mirco "MacSlow" Muller
No website but available in package managers
Compositing manager (e.g. xcompmgr)
- Smooth hand animations
- Startup Size: Small, Medium Large, Custom
radium-24, gremlin-24, ipulse-24, simple-24, silvia-24, default-24,
default, tango, ipulse, simple, glassy, silvia, radium, quartz-24, fdo,
funky, gremlin, antique, zen
- Options to show seconds, date, keep on top, appear in
pager, appear in taskbar, stick to every workspace, and 24 hour mode
- Animation smoothness from rough to smooth
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Last Updated Saturday, August 31 2013 @ 11:15 AM EDT