Friday, December 25, 2009

Maemo 5 / N900 : Personal Clock

Posted on 19:16 by SlipKoRnSaad

a brief preview of the new homescreen widget for n900, it’s called Personal Clock.

So, the main purpose is to show large, shiny analog/digital clock on your homescreen, so you can use it with kickstand on your table or just comfortably check the time on the go.

But the most interesting feature is ultimate customizability. Basically, the only limitations you’ll have are widget size (680×370 for digital and 370×370 for analogue) and clock behavior. Widget is drawn with multiple .png layers so you can easily draw your own skin if you want to. You don’t even need to build .debs or other stuff, just put properly named layers into the tar.gz archive along with information file and load it thru the UI. Layers structure looks like this:

All layers are 370×370 so you can draw virtually any skin you want with any type of background, hands or foreground.

Via : tabletui

1 Response to "Maemo 5 / N900 : Personal Clock"

Anonymous Says....

Coolness I love that it has png layers. Thanks for posting!