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[CLOCKS][18.06.2010] <numun> binary (DISCONTINUED)

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14th June 2010, 10:01 PM   |  #1  
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BINARY CLOCKS
FOR CO0KIE'S HOME TAB 1.8+ - POST #1
FOR MAXSENSE UI - POST #2

PLEASE READ IMPORTANT NOTES


BULL'S EYE

white | blue | cyan | green | yellow | red | magenta | purple





THANKS to Co0kie Monster and his team for the amazing work they've done with the Co0kie's Home Tab


Kind thanks and words of appreciation are enough to keep me going.
If you think I deserve it, donations are also accepted :





UPDATES:
18.06.2010: added binary clocks for maxsense ui - post #2
16.06.2010: added purple, adjusted brightness/contrast for yellow and magenta


IMPORTANT NOTES:

The binary clock works best with Co0kie's Home Tab 1.8+ due to the possibility to disable the digital clock flip animations - see step 4 of the Installation Procedure below.

INSTALLATION POCEDURE:
1. Uninstall your current custom clock (if you have any);
2. Run numun bull's eye binary clock - color.cab
3. SOFT RESET
4. Go to CHT Editor > Miscelaneous settings > Flip clock and disable both double and minute flip animations

To return to the original icons, uninstall the application and SOFT RESET.

To learn HOW TO READ the binary clock click on the link below:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binary_clock


If you like my clock perhaps you would also like my numun bull's eye slider
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14th June 2010, 10:02 PM   |  #2  
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binary clocks
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one\two screenshots (full size) to post here would be much appreciated
thanks
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hehe, very cool idea antaed
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is this clock also 24 hour mode capable ??
14th June 2010, 10:26 PM   |  #7  
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hehe, very cool idea antaed

thanks my friend

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is this clock also 24 hour mode capable ??

the clock is a modification applied to the default digital clock so yes, you can choose the 24 hour format like usual.
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the clock is a modification applied to the default digital clock so yes, you can choose the 24 hour format like usual.

so on the left part it will differ somehow from screenshots ,??
14th June 2010, 10:49 PM   |  #9  
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so on the left part it will differ somehow from screenshots ,??

yes but only from 10 to 23 because that's how manila shows the hour format for the digital clock. unfortunately i don't know how to make it show two digits also for 0-9 (00, 01,..., 09) - this requires some hex editing skills i don't have .
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yes but only from 10 to 23 because that's how manila shows the hour format for the digital clock. unfortunately i don't know how to make it show two digits also for 0-9 (00, 01,..., 09) - this requires some hex editing skills i don't have .

thanks

PS : Nice looking clock
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