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A digital clock for the terminal

Project description


A simple digital clock for the terminal




Keys Actions
q or Q or Esc quit
s or S toggle seconds
p or P toggle punctuation
c or C toggle center display
a or A toggle auto scale display
0 to 9 change color
< or , decrease width
> or . increase width
[ or { decrease height
] or } increase height
- or _ change color down
- or + change color up
` or ~ random color

Command-line options

Options Descriptions
-h or --help show help message
-S or --no-seconds do not display seconds
-s or --seconds display seconds
-P or --no-punctuation do not display punctuation
-p or --punctuation display punctuation
-C or --no-center do not center clock display
-c or --center center clock display
-A or --no-auto-scale do not auto scale display
-a or --auto-scale auto scale display
-k COLOR or --color COLOR color 0-255 (default: 2)
-f FORMAT or --format FORMAT time format (default: %I%M%S)
-W WIDTH or --width WIDTH scale width (default: 1)
-H HEIGHT or --height HEIGHT scale height (default: 1)

Configuration file

Check out example.pyclock.conf for details.


  • [x] Works on Linux completely
  • [x] Works on OSX completely
  • [ ] Windows not supported

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