Illuminated Clock Screensaver
Illuminated Clock Screensaver
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Illuminated Clock Screensaver1.4

06 September 2009

Ambient lighting in this clock screensaver changes as time passes.

Overview

Illuminated Clock Screensaver is a perfect complement to your slick Mac.

The ambient lighting in this screensaver changes as time passes: at night, the environment becomes darker and the illuminated dials stand out to make for a very nice green glow. The screen saver has many options to fine-tune the clock's behavior. The clockface design is based on Traser's H3 illuminated Swiss watches (which rock).

What's new in Illuminated Clock Screensaver

Version 1.4:
  • Fixed the screen saver to work under Snow Leopard.

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How would you rate Illuminated Clock Screensaver app?

12 Reviews of Illuminated Clock Screensaver

5
Thus-spake-z
23 August 2009
Version: 1.0

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A really striking Traser style clock on one's desktop. What I'd like to see now is an alarm function added, with perhaps the ability to import one's choice of sound files. Now that would be really sweet!
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5
RikWallin
19 August 2014
Version: 1.4
Really love this one!!!
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Big Johnson
17 May 2011
Version: 1.4
Very cool, and accurate in appearance. I would like an option to turn off the 24-hour markers to make it look like the Traser P5904 (which I'm planning to buy soon).
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Demoray
08 September 2009
Version: 1.4
This is a beautiful clock screensaver that works wonderfully on Snow Leopard, (as of version 1.4). The "Decoration dimming" option is nice, however I'm not sure I understand the purpose of the "Background dimming" option. Why would I want to fade from a deep black background to a washed-out black background? Wouldn't it be better to keep a deep, rich black background as the default? And mysteriously, the background color option is linked to the Type color. Perhaps these features serve a purpose on laptops, but I'm not sure what that would be. At any rate, thank you for supplying the Mac community with this excellent, FREE screensaver.
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Lexicon5
07 September 2009
Version: 1.4
Would be nice if the dial floated around so to actually be a screensaver instead of a screen burner. We've had HPs and Apple Cinema Displays alike suffer from burn in by boneheads that leave their monitor on over the weekend at the login screen. You can physically SEE where the login dialogue was positioned when using other apps during the day....takes several hours to "fix" by burning the other parts of the screen equally. Otherwise....kinda cool..
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Iscreen
06 September 2009
Version: 1.4
Now works fine under Mac OSX 10.6 (version 1.4). Elegant. Thanks to the dev!
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Wayne-Welsh
02 September 2009
Version: 1.3
Very attractive screen saver! Under Snow Leopard the second hand "stutters". Did not do that under Leopard. The developer is very quick to respond to problems.
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Iscreen
02 September 2009
Version: 1.3
Seconds hangs on on SL 10.6
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nymphe
25 August 2009
Version: 1.3
It is very nice, but unfortunately it stays on my 4:3 monitor very small. I am seeing that the background is 16:9 or widescreen, but it doesn't make sense to have a small clock, where all of the items in the clock are vectoral. I really would like to use this instead of ClockSaver, but transparency and big clock circle are good positive points of ClockSaver, which are missing in Clock Screensaver.
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Wile-E-
24 August 2009
Version: 1.2
I decided to try this out and let my machine activate the saver. Typically, if I have a saver running I will just hit the Space Bar to return to the Finder. I did so and was quite surprised to see Safari launch and take me to a French web site. Initially I thought one of my grandchildren had mucked about with something until a little more exploring made me realize the Dev had set it up that way. I don't appreciate being directed to any web site that way and think the Dev should have been upfront about that "feature". I have searched the read me's and the web site but find no reference that deactivating the saver will launch Safari and take you to a site without user knowledge or approval. Excluding this faux pas I like it and give credit for a nicely compiled saver. I chose to edit the copy I have to eliminate taking me to your site.
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alas!
23 August 2009
Version: 1.1
The time on my installed Illuminated Clock remains three hours off. There's no apparent method to adjust the time setting in the screensaver's options, just "decoration dimming" and "background dimming"; changing the numbers there does not alter the set time. Perhaps I'm missing something?
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5
Aliendude
23 August 2009
Version: 1.0
Great screensaver with excellent options. Works fine with 10.4.11
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Thus-spake-z
23 August 2009
Version: 1.0
A really striking Traser style clock on one's desktop. What I'd like to see now is an alarm function added, with perhaps the ability to import one's choice of sound files. Now that would be really sweet!
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