ZClock is a simple but highly configurable GNOME clock applet, created as a replacement for the default. It allows you to specify the exact time format and border style, and even display your uptime in a tooltip.
|Tags||Desktop Environment GNOME|
Release Notes: Fixes for all known bugs; this is the first stable release.
Release Notes: A new Spanish translation, ability to specify padding between the display and border, and no requirement of libgtop to compile.
Release Notes: The first draft of a manual, an uptime display option in the tooltip, and fixes for numerous cosmetic and functional bugs.
Release Notes: A tooltip, format selection, and previewing, plus a number of other changes and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement.