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Digital Circles by Gerguter Digital Circles by Gerguter
*Update*

I have edited the skin so that the total skin size is smaller. I have had a couple of people who could not get it to go where they wanted. The graphics themselves are the same size. So with the new over all skin size you should be able to put it anywhere you want. Sorry for the hassle.

Gerguter

This is Digital Circles.

The circles give a visual representation of the time that is shown in the center.

Outer ring is hours.
Middle ring is minutes.
Inner ring is seconds.

Each rings moves with the time. But you probably already know that. Sorry! LoL

Ring colors and font style/colors can be easily changed to fit any theme. Just go to edit skin and look for the fonts and color codes. Just in case there are any people new to this like I am.

Anyway. This is an edit of two different skins that I then put together. A BIG THANK YOU to the original authors for making them. Links are below. Be sure to check out the originals!


Arcs - [link]

Mini Arcs - [link]

I put both because I downloaded both and got the idea from both!

BGlass - For the digital clock - [link]

Thanks again for the original work!

And thank you for stopping by and checking this out this Deviation!

Gerguter

Please let me know what you think. Any feedback would be great!

UPDATE!! - Just figured something out. If you want one or more of the rings to go counter clock wise you can. Just edit the config file. Just look for the ROUNDBAR meters and put a minus sign in front of the Rotation Angle. This will allow it line to go backward. Just in case you want to!!

Be sure to check out the Official Rainmeter Group here on deviantART! Just follow the link below!
:iconrainmeter:

Thanks!
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:iconharuharokuhana:
HaruHarokuHana Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2014
For those out there who are having trouble setting it onto the top corner. I was able to figure out how to fix it! (yay~~).
= Right Click "Manage Skin"
= Make sure all boxes are unchecked except "Draggable" and "Save Position"
= Look! There's a Coordinates box!
          Depending on your screen size you can fiddle with this. To position to the *TOP* you have to set a *NEGATIVE* value on the second box. The first box allows you to move it left or right (lower number values moves it to the left, higher number values moves it to the right).

Example: So I have a 14.5" laptop screen, so in order to set the clock to the Top Right corner, I set my coordinates to 1000, -125.

I hope this information is somewhat helpful for everyone. =D
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mjbhatti Featured By Owner Edited Oct 8, 2014  Student Artist
how do i limit this clock to desktop? i mean it is appearing on every window?
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Gerguter Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2014
Right click on the skin and you should be able to pin to desktop. Or you should be able to move to back.
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KraydThePlayerSlayer Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014
i love the idea of this, but i cant get it to go anywhere near the top or bottom of my screen.
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KraydThePlayerSlayer Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014
or anywhere near the sides.
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HaruHarokuHana Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2014
I posted a comment regarding this issue a moment ago.

= Right Click "Manage Skin"
= Make sure all boxes are unchecked except "Draggable" and "Save Position"
= Look! There's a Coordinates box!
          Depending on your screen size you can fiddle with this. To position to the *TOP* you have to set a *NEGATIVE* value on the second box. The first box allows you to move it left or right (lower number values moves it to the left, higher number values moves it to the right).

Example: So I have a 14.5" laptop screen, so in order to set the clock to the Top Right corner, I set my coordinates to 1000, -125.
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Bejithann Featured By Owner May 12, 2013
how do i put this in rainmeter? imp a newbie sorry :s
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Gerguter Featured By Owner May 12, 2013
Unzip and place in your Rainmeter folder under skins. This folder should be in My Documents.
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Bejithann Featured By Owner May 14, 2013
thanx :D
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leyrs0906 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2013
thanks a lot.
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