Plasma 5 Clocks clock plasma plasmoid

Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): https://github.com/MarianArlt/kde-plasmoid-chiliclock

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Description:

The hottest clock around!
· Formats not found in any other clock, including custom!
· Disable the separator with a simple check box!
· Option for manual font size!
· Correctly calculated width at any time and date!
· Manual spacing and offsetting!

This clock started when the KDE digital clock would need spacer trickery and set off things badly. It now has become a highly customizable plasmoid that will fit great with any desktop.
Last changelog:

v2.0 5 months ago

- Fixes labels not showing inline
- Fixes separator option

- Added custom spacing of labels
- Added custom vertical and horizontal offset
- Added fixed/manual font size option
- Optimized code

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domryba

1 month ago

10 10 the best

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marianarlt

1 month ago

Thank you for the upvote, really appreciated (o_ _)ノ彡☆

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davide-sd

3 months ago

I have a problem: it seems like the horizontal spacing is not enough to display the entire date. It doesn't matter what date format I chose, the last digit always get cut in the middle.... Would it be possible to add the option to display time first and date later? Also, to use a custom separator?

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marianarlt

1 month ago

David, it took me some time to actually be able to reproduce this, and for me it only happened with mixed hour format. But actually I just tried to reproduce it again and can not force it anymore? It may have been a bug with KDE that got fixed rather? Is this still true for you?

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l4k1

5 months ago

10 10 the best

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migzulk

5 months ago

9 9 excellent! Beautiful alternative and good work! Unfortunately, Kubuntu 18.04 does not work, since it requires QtQuickControls 2.3 / 2.4. On my other partition with Opensuse Tumbleweed works perfect. Congratulations!

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marianarlt

5 months ago

I invite everyone to test v2.0 it's got bug fixes and very nice unique options for every desktop situation! (Except vertical panels you know...)

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tflori

7 months ago

I like the simplicity of this plasmoid but unfortunately the preferable format is a hard coded en_US (or en_GB) format (in DE we write DDD, d. MMMM). It would be nice to just add "custom" format but my experience in qml is 0 and though I just can fork it and change the hardcoded value...

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marianarlt

7 months ago

Hallo tflori, ist mir bisher gar nicht aufgefallen...Das Widget ist lediglich eine leicht manipulierte standard KDE Uhr. Muss ich mal reinschauen. Das sollte im besten Fall natuerlich das aktuell gewaehlte Format vom System sein. Danke fuer den Hinweis!

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tflori

7 months ago

Hi Marian, I've created a PR. QML seems not to be so complicated as I thought. I'm wondering why the qmlc files are commited and why they are not changing maybe you can explain it in the PR.

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zayronXIO

10 months ago

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bluekde

10 months ago

3 I can't change the timezone without changing the system timezone, which isn't what I want. In my case, II need to add an alternate clock to keep track of other time zones.

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marianarlt

10 months ago

Hello bluekde. I hear you. This is a special use case. This widget is based on the kde system clock plasmoid and therefore not adequate for the job you describe, as almost any other clock widget. This is very unusual but I think it is a niche and maybe I'll write one in the future because I like the idea. Greetings.

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batkor

11 months ago

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koma111

1 year ago

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koma111

1 year ago

Never seen a desktop as gorgeous as this one!

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Gauge

1 year ago

9 + Thank you! Works perfectly!

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r0skar

1 year ago

Looks great! Thanks a lot for your work. May I ask what Icon theme, Breeze Color Scheme and Aurorae theme you are using? Also: how do you make the icons in the dolphin toolbar so small and blue-ish? Is it part of your icon theme?

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marianarlt

1 year ago

r0skar I uploaded my actual aurorae theme I'm using in these screenshots. It's pure white so I called it a high contrast theme. Maybe wanna turn down brightness a bit if you use it. Search for FlatOS in system settings or download here: https://www.opendesktop.org/p/1246756/

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marianarlt

1 year ago

Please see my response to filipedsgn below for the links to my themes. My color theme is a personalized theme with basically very light background and a very dark purple-blue foreground. If you're interested I could upload it for you. The dolphin icons are the same of the icon set mentioned in the link below, yes :) To change the icon size of the dolphin side panel just right click in some empty space in the panel and choose a different icon size from the context menu.

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r0skar

1 year ago

Thanks for the reply. No need to upload the color scheme, as I am using my own (similar to yours but blue-ish) and i just figured out that the icon color is actually based on the variable Window Text (in KDE color schemes).

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marianarlt

1 year ago

Nevertheless if you want to try it out, here's mine: https://www.opendesktop.org/p/1246284/ Have fun!

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filipedsgn

1 year ago

Nice, and awesome desktop config, could you share it?
Thanks!!!

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marianarlt

1 year ago

Thank you. The top panel is in reality a seperate Latte dock. It's definitely the best desktop environment widget made in years and amazing things can be accomplished. (In this case make a new dock, set background to full transparency, make it span whole width and check the box about better contrast in the last config section). You can find Latte easily here on opendesktop. Together with the Plasma global menu it's now basically a vanilla Arch adaption of ElementaryOS and MacOS. The folders are made by me, you can find them here: https://www.opendesktop.org/p/1228310/
So are the window decorations (although slightly altered to be completely white; maybe I'll launch another version) which you can download here: https://www.opendesktop.org/p/1199822/
Have fun!

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filipedsgn

1 year ago

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v2.0 5 months ago

- Fixes labels not showing inline
- Fixes separator option

- Added custom spacing of labels
- Added custom vertical and horizontal offset
- Added fixed/manual font size option
- Optimized code

0.2 7 months ago

- New date formats:
Qt::TextDate & Qt::RFC2822Date
- New custom format field
- Optionally hide the separator with a simple check box

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product-maker domryba Oct 13 2019 10 the best
10 the best
product-maker l4k1 Jun 24 2019 10 the best
10 the best
product-maker migzulk Jun 24 2019 9 excellent
9 excellent! Beautiful alternative and good work! Unfortunately, Kubuntu 18.04 does not work, since it requires QtQuickControls 2.3 / 2.4. On my other partition with Opensuse Tumbleweed works perfect. Congratulations!
product-maker zayronXIO Jan 28 2019 9 excellent
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product-maker bluekde Jan 23 2019 3 bad
I can't change the timezone without changing the system timezone, which isn't what I want. In my case, II need to add an alternate clock to keep track of other time zones.
product-maker batkor Dec 16 2018 9 excellent
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product-maker koma111 Oct 11 2018 9 excellent
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product-maker Gauge Jul 16 2018 9 excellent
+ Thank you! Works perfectly!
product-maker filipedsgn Jul 07 2018 9 excellent
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