A different kind of clock for Eclipse.
Clock is an unusal way of displaying time that was inspired by Caskey L. Dickson’s clok.
Each of the rows represents a clock. The solid red line is the current time. You’ll notice that each row is divided into 24 hours. Hours are grouped together into times of day: sleep, morning, lunch, afternoon, evening.
Clock should be very straightforward to use. Ask me if something doesn't make sense.
Change Timezones by right-mouse clicking on the clock.
Change the clock’s hours by right-mouse clicking too. Specify the Morning, Lunch, Afternoon, Evening, and Sleep times in 24 hour format.
If you choose the view’s menu you can add more clocks. Add as many as you like.
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