pure X11, i.e. non-gnome/KDE/etc. desktop clocks ....
William A. Mahaffey III
wam at hiwaay.net
Mon Aug 18 19:22:22 UTC 2014
On 08/18/14 13:13, Roland Smith wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 18, 2014 at 09:38:38AM -0500, William A. Mahaffey III wrote:
>> On 08/18/14 09:21, Polytropon wrote:
>>> On Mon, 18 Aug 2014 09:18:25 -0500, William A. Mahaffey III wrote:
>>>> I had a gnome-gdesklet clock app running on my old FC14 desktop box,
>>>> gave a clock described as 'WWII RAF squadron wall clock'. There is a
>>>> port of gnome-gdesklets clock (*gdesklets-clock-0.32_14
>>>> <http://svnweb.FreeBSD.org/ports/head/x11-clocks/gdesklets-clock>) *....
>>>> I am looking for something similar for the XFCE desktop, i.e. simple
>>>> largish analog clock desktop app, *no* gnome/KDE/etc. .... anyone know
>>>> if there is one available ?
>>> How about the classic, xclock? Or oclock?
>>>> I am searching ports on FreeBSD.org as I
>>>> write this, but w/ 24K+ entries, it could be a while :-/ .... Can anyone
>>>> save me some time here :-) ???? TIA
>>> See /usr/ports/x11-clocks/oclock for more inspiration, there
>>> are several clocks in this category which do not require you
>>> to install a whole desktop environment just to see what time
>>> it is. :-)
>>> Additionally to xclock, I'm also using intclock to check the
>>> time in other places of the world relevant for me.
>> oclock available as pkg, just installed it, usable for now, still pining
>> for my RAF clock :-/ .... Thx ....
> There is even a separate ports category just for X11 clocks:
> # ls /usr/ports/x11-clocks/
> Makefile gdesklets-ebichuclock/ t3d/
> abclock/ glclock/ tclock/
> aclock/ gtubeclock/ tktz/
> alarm-clock/ intclock/ wmbday/
> alltraxclock/ kdetoys4/ wmbinclock/
> amor/ kteatime/ wmblueclock/
> asclock/ ktimer/ wmcalclock/
> asclock-gtk/ ktux/ wmclock/
> asclock-xlib/ lmclock/ wmclockmon/
> astime/ mlclock/ wmfishtime/
> astzclock/ mouseclock/ wmfuzzy/
> bbdate/ oclock/ wmtime/
> bclock/ osdclock/ wmtimer/
> buici-clock/ pclock/ xalarm/
> cairo-clock/ plasma-applet-adjustableclock/ xclock/
> dclock/ plasma-applet-geekclock/ xdaliclock/
> emiclock/ rclock/ xfce4-datetime-plugin/
> eyeclock/ sanduhr/ xfce4-timer-out-plugin/
> gdesklets-clock/ stopwatch/ xfce4-timer-plugin/
> gdesklets-countdown/ swisswatch/ xtimer/
> E.g. cairo-clock is themable; http://gnome-look.org/?xcontentmode=186
> Take your pick. :-)
Yeah I was looking through that, but I couldn't glean enough from the
descriptions to decide to try any of them, was hoping someone would
provide an experiential short-cut :-) ....
William A. Mahaffey III
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