Clock – screen server

Zegar (Clock) is a screen saver for Windows which presents an analog clock. The main advantages of the program:

  • clear,
  • simply,
  • without installation.
zegar

There is available version 3.8 (build 187) of Clock screen saver currently. Further work on the program has been stopped.

Licence

The use of the Clock application is subject to license of all applications created by by Marcin Sadowski (only in polish).

Download

main files

  • zegar.scr (0,5 MB)– main Clock screen serwer file in 3.8 (build 187) version (only in polish)

sounds of hours

languages files

Installation

To install or update Clock application just download it’s newest version (zegar.scr file above) and move it to C:\Windows folder (replacing the previous version).

Updating doesn’t change the current settings (such as displaying text, subtitle fonts, colors), only adds new options and capabilities.

Its recommended to review application setting after installation (updating), to adjust them to your needs: for example disable displaying the battery status for desktops.

You can save downloaded languages files in any folder (for example in C:\Windows).

Uninstalling

You must do only two steps to uninstall Clock application:

  1. in Clock screen server settings window click „Domyślne” („Default”) button to clear all Clock screen server settings saved previously in system register database,
  2. delete zegar.scr file from C:\Windows folder.

Remember to delete other files (like languages files or sounds) if it’s needed.

Configuration

All settings of Clock screen server are available through system Control Panel. In Windows XP: Start » Control Panel » Display » Screen Server » Settings.

You can use „Domyślne” („Default”) button on the bottom of Clock screen server settings window to return to default settings (as if the application was launched for the first time).

Substitute symbols

In the text displayed on the dial you can use substitute symbols. This will automatically update the text depending on the situation. All substitute symbols (except marked) are case insensitive; e.g. typing both tt and TT will display the time in the long system format.

special formats

c
date in short system format + time in long system format, e.g. 2007-01-20 13:25:45

ddddd
date in short system format, e.g. 2007-01-20

dddddd
date in long system format, e.g. 20 styczeń 2007

t
time in short system format, e.g. 13:25

tt
time in long system format, e.g. 13:25:45

/
system date separator

:
system time separator

‘xx’ lub “xx”
characters with single or double quotes will shown „as they are”, case sensitive for text display

[ver]
version of Clock screen server

date formats

d
day number without leading zero, 1 – 31

dd
day number with leading zero, 01 – 31

ddd
day of the week – short version

dddd
day of the week – full name

e
year in the present era without leading zeros (Japan, Korea and Taiwan only)

ee
year in the present era with leading zeros (Japan, Korea and Taiwan only)

g
abbreviation of the present era (only: Japan and Taiwan)

gg
name of the present era (only: Japan and Taiwan)

m
month number without leading zero, 1 – 12

mm
month number with leading zero, 01 – 12

mmm
month – short version

mmmm
month – full name

yy
year in two-digit format, 00 – 99

yyyy
year in four-digit format, 0000 – 9999

time formats

h
hours without leading zero, 0 – 23

hh
hours with leading zero, 00 – 23

n
minutes without leading zero, 0 – 59

nn
minutes with leading zero, 00 – 59

s
seconds without leading zero, 0 – 59

ss
seconds with leading zero, 00 – 59

z
milliseconds without leading zero, 0 – 999

zzz
milliseconds with leading zero, 000 – 999

am/pm
12-hour time format and „am”/„pm” indicator

a/p
12-hour time format and „a”/„p” indicator

ampm
12-hour time format without „am”/„pm” indicator