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Decimal Time

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Decimal Time

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Decimal Time
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Includes:
12 Hour Analog Decimal Clock
24 Hour Analog Decimal Clock
24 Hour Analog Weather Clock (Sunshine %)
24 Hour Analog Schedule Clock (up to 9 segments)
12 Hour Digital Decimal Clock
24 Hour Digital Decimal Clock

Decimal Time divides your day by percentage into 100 digit segments of 'hours', 'minutes', and 'seconds'.

The 24 hour analog version looks like a normal clock face, but displays the percentage of the day, rather than hours, minutes, and seconds (an optional tooltip displays Imperial time). The 12 hour version displays 10 'hours' divided into 100 'minutes', and 100 'seconds'.

The analog weather version uses jsmorley's wxdata locator and displays location, current temp (F or C), current condition, sunrise, and sunset. View by holding down the middle mouse button. Daylight percentage can be displayed on the face.

The analog schedule version displays up to 9 segments with individual start and end times. Left-click to enter start and end times. Hold middle mouse down to view the schedule times. Set the start time to zero to hide any segment.

Analog clock faces have 4 styles available through the context menu.
All tooltips can be disabled.

Happy New Year to All! 'Imperialist' or Not ;-)
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Re: Decimal Time

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eclectic-tech wrote: Happy New Year to All! 'Imperialist' or Not ;-)
Same to you! Where is your 100-day, 100-month, decimal calendar? :-)
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Re: Decimal Time

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jsmorley wrote:Same to you!
Yes, Happy New Year 2017!
jsmorley wrote:Where is your 100-day, 100-month, decimal calendar? :-)
Oh, I have one, but it won't be a new year for another few days :D

Due to our current archaic, leap year system, with mixed-up number of days in months, and the centuries-long brainwashing we all have about viewing time, I am not going to continue to be an anarchist... :sly:

Fun is one thing, Revolution another.
I don't think you'll see that skin... (unless the revolution is won!) :lol:
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Re: Decimal Time

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I think you have to be Emperor of Rome, or the Pope, to re-invent the calendar... ;-)

Julian, Gregorian, Eclectian... Has a nice ring to it.
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Re: Decimal Time

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jsmorley wrote:I think you have to be Emperor of Rome, or the Pope, to re-invent the calendar... ;-)

Julian, Gregorian, Eclectian... Has a nice ring to it.
I LIKE "Eclectian"!

Now, I think I have to compose a letter to petition our new "emperor" in the white house... :lol:
maybe he can make it happen! :uhuh: