Free BasicClock desktop clock for OSX

Howard Bornstein bornstein at designeq.com
Mon Feb 15 19:45:33 CET 2016


On Mon, Feb 15, 2016 at 3:25 AM, FlexibleLearning.com <
admin at flexiblelearning.com> wrote:

> Nice one, Howard. Hopefully your BasicClock will soon be available for
> other
> platforms also.
>

Thanks Hugh. It's OSX only because I don't run any other platforms to test
it on. I suppose if someone was running windows or linux and wanted to test
it, I could build a version, but I know it's difficult to find and correct
those niggling bugs on a platform you don't run.


> 1. Free BasicClock
> You can see the features of BasicClock here: BasicClock Read Me.pdf
> http://designeq.com/deq/software/Welcome%20to%20BasicClock%20V2.04.pdf
>
> and download it here: BasicClock V2.04.zip
> http://designeq.com/deq/software/BasicClock%20V2.04.app.zip
>
>
> 2. Free ClearView Clock with calendar
> Previews and downloads for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux
> http://www.flexiblelearning.com/freeclock/
>
>
> Hugh Senior
> FLCo
>
>
> > Date: Sun, 14 Feb 2016 12:55:26 -0800
> > From: Howard Bornstein <bornstein at designeq.com>
> > To: How to use LiveCode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com>
> > Subject: Free BasicClock desktop clock for OSX
> >
> > So many clocks today still employ the flip-clock or 7-segment LED display
> > aesthetic that is at least 20 years old. Given that we now have high
> resolution
> > displays and very high-quality fonts available, I wanted to make a simple
> clock
> > that took advantage of these improvements as an alternative to the
> ?retro?
> > clocks that are mostly available.
> >
> > The clock itself is basic?just time, day, and date. It?s designed to sit
> in the
> > corner of your screen and float over everything else.
> >
> > But you can modify the *look* of the clock in many ways, by using
> different
> > fonts and by modifying the clock and background colors. Other visual
> options
> > include adding a border, using rounded corners, drop shadows and inner
> > shadows.
> >
> > The clock is also infinitely resizable so you can make it any size you
> need to fit
> > in your work area.
> >
> > Because there can be so many visual options, there is also a mechanism to
> > save your favorites designs and call them up later.
> >
> > You can see the features of BasicClock here: BasicClock Read Me.pdf
> > <http://designeq.com/deq/software/Welcome%20to%20BasicClock%20V2.0
> > 4.pdf>
> >
> > and download it here: BasicClock V2.04.zip
> > <http://designeq.com/deq/software/BasicClock%20V2.04.app.zip>
> >
> > Note that you might have to ?allow? this clock to run in the Security &
> Privacy
> > control panel if you have Gatekeeper running on your Mac.
> >
> > BasicClock is free and currently runs only under OS X.
> >
> > Enjoy.
> >
> > (BasicClock was inspired by the Clearview desktop clock by Hugh Senior.)
> > --
> > Regards,
> >
> > Howard Bornstein
> > -----------------------
> > www.designeq.com
>
>
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Howard Bornstein
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