Re: Clock Program for the 9-inch Screen

2005-12-22 Thread Liam Proven
On 12/15/05, Tom Howe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I'm looking for a large clock program that will fill the compact mac screen. 
 This should run under System 6, and ideally will have clock digits about 2 
 inches high. It would also be nice to have the display float around a bit to 
 prevent burn-in.

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Re: Clock Program for the 9-inch Screen

2005-12-17 Thread Nat Hall


On Friday, December 16, 2005, at 02:07  PM, Dr.O.M.Betz wrote:



Am 15.12.2005 um 23:38 Uhr schrieb Tom Howe:


Hello:

I'm looking for a large clock program that will fill the compact mac 
screen. This should run under System 6, and ideally will have clock 
digits about 2 inches high. It would also be nice to have the display 
float around a bit to prevent burn-in.


This is going to be used on a compact mac that will be sitting on top 
of the cross formed by the intersection of four cubicle walls. It


Options that haven't been mentioned yet are Eclipse and BlackWatch. 
Eclipse is my personal favourite for sentimental reasons and does a 
very decent job, but I can't remember from the top of my head how well 
you can customize it - so far for your 2 inch digits.  BlackWatch 
(last version I know of is 1.5.5) adds password protection to the 
moving clock, no protection against a restart from floppy of course, 
but sufficient enough to deter the occasional snooper or prankster. 
The After Dark module mentioned by another poster is pretty 
customizable but the underlying engine is somewhat picky about system 
versions IIRC.


To clarify, the After Dark clock module WILL work just great under 
System 6.x as long as you get a copy of After Dark 2.0.  Any later 
versions require System 7 or higher, I'm afraid.  I have After Dark 
running on my Macintosh Plus with System 6.0.8.


-Nat


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Re: Clock Program for the 9-inch Screen

2005-12-16 Thread Dr . O . M . Betz


Am 15.12.2005 um 23:38 Uhr schrieb Tom Howe:


Hello:

I'm looking for a large clock program that will fill the compact mac 
screen. This should run under System 6, and ideally will have clock 
digits about 2 inches high. It would also be nice to have the display 
float around a bit to prevent burn-in.


This is going to be used on a compact mac that will be sitting on top 
of the cross formed by the intersection of four cubicle walls. It


Options that haven't been mentioned yet are Eclipse and BlackWatch. 
Eclipse is my personal favourite for sentimental reasons and does a 
very decent job, but I can't remember from the top of my head how well 
you can customize it - so far for your 2 inch digits.  BlackWatch (last 
version I know of is 1.5.5) adds password protection to the moving 
clock, no protection against a restart from floppy of course, but 
sufficient enough to deter the occasional snooper or prankster. The 
After Dark module mentioned by another poster is pretty customizable 
but the underlying engine is somewhat picky about system versions IIRC. 
If you can't find Eclipse or BlackWatch get back to me offline. 
BlackWatch needs a system-7-capable mac as the developer states which 
includes the Plus, but the capability to run under 6 is not specified. 
If the mac in question will have no other chores as to display the 
time, it will not matter if it runs 6 or some flavour of 7, anyway...
Something that makes me wonder is your intention to put this MacWatch 
on the cross formed by four cubicle walls. Only the inhabitants of two 
cubicles will have a chance to read your watch as long as you don't put 
it on a motored rotating base. So what are your plans, precisely?


Have fun, OM

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Clock Program for the 9-inch Screen

2005-12-15 Thread Tom Howe
Hello:

I'm looking for a large clock program that will fill the compact mac screen. 
This should run under System 6, and ideally will have clock digits about 2 
inches high. It would also be nice to have the display float around a bit to 
prevent burn-in.

This is going to be used on a compact mac that will be sitting on top of the 
cross formed by the intersection of four cubicle walls. It will serve as the 
clock for an entire cubicle farm.

Thanks,

Tom



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Re: Clock Program for the 9-inch Screen

2005-12-15 Thread Jake Norcross


--- Tom Howe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hello:
 
 I'm looking for a large clock program that will fill
 the compact mac screen.

I don't know if it will fill it, but I recall a screen
saver (not Pyro) that will give you a fairly big
clock it runs under system 7, and maybe 6... I
don't know if I can find it again...

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Re: Clock Program for the 9-inch Screen

2005-12-15 Thread Dylan McDermond


On Dec 15, 2005, at 2:38 PM, Tom Howe wrote:


Hello:

I'm looking for a large clock program that will fill the compact  
mac screen. This should run under System 6, and ideally will have  
clock digits about 2 inches high. It would also be nice to have the  
display float around a bit to prevent burn-in.


This one loads from an 800k floppy (and then into a RAM disk if   
1mb), switches position on the minute and works with a MacPLus or  
better but it's an analogue clock.


http://home.earthlink.net/~gamba2/plus-se_clock.html

-Dylan

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Re: Clock Program for the 9-inch Screen

2005-12-15 Thread Scott Baret
There is a module on After Dark that has a floating
clock. I believe you can make it a digital or analog,
and yes, it does float around the screen.

Scott

--- Dylan McDermond [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 
 On Dec 15, 2005, at 2:38 PM, Tom Howe wrote:
 
  Hello:
 
  I'm looking for a large clock program that will
 fill the compact  
  mac screen. This should run under System 6, and
 ideally will have  
  clock digits about 2 inches high. It would also be
 nice to have the  
  display float around a bit to prevent burn-in.
 
 This one loads from an 800k floppy (and then into a
 RAM disk if   
 1mb), switches position on the minute and works with
 a MacPLus or  
 better but it's an analogue clock.
 
 http://home.earthlink.net/~gamba2/plus-se_clock.html
 
 -Dylan
 
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