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Rainmeter - Time in non-numerical form?
I need help on making a clock. Its just I want it to say like Twelve Twenty instead of 12:20. But I cant figure out how to do it. Help gladly appreciated.
08:34 am, Wednesday, July 04, 2007 (5 years ago)
in konfabulator you could use a widget like that.
There are some other options: samurize & litestep
08:59 am ( 5 years ago)
Try searching for it, lots of times I've done hours, days maybe even weeks of long tedious searches through Google to find just what I'm looking for.
There's instructions on how to Google properly in the help section. ;)
03:49 pm ( 5 years ago)
You can do it by sustituting values by graphics, that means your meter is a bitmap with frames for each value (0-23, 0-59). I did that with single digits in "gravity sood" (
) to maintain the spherical distortion of the numbers (look at the ini). Just try it. your idea could be looking nicely. Wanted to give you the link to the rainmeter forum which was very good, but couldn´t find it maybe they closed it, try to find it by google...
10:19 am ( 5 years ago)
a lot of substitution?
eg: Substitute="15":"quarter past" Pyro: I can't think of anything more useless than pointing people to Google every time they ask a question.
05:19 pm ( 5 years ago)
Well if you Googled for it you'd probably find that you can achieve it extremely easily with an active desktop and HTML.
AND if you Googled for it you'd find that I and Aero did it with a script someone wrote with mzscript and Litestep.
12:58 am ( 5 years ago)
Of course if you can look for stuff by yourself is best, but at this point of internet history tell someone to Goolgle for is just a waste of everyone time.
So if you are bothering with it and know the answer I'd think the best is to give away.
03:00 am ( 5 years ago)
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