Running the Source Code 🍭
After successful installation, go to the Space::Clock directory and run the main.rb file with the Ruby interpreter.
Press the Space key to show / hide the foreground.
The Up key will increase the opacity of the foreground.
Pressing the Down key will reduce the opacity of the foreground.
Right / Left
Make the particles on cursor disappear!
Right Shift / Left Shift
The Right Shift and Left Shift keys will launch a new window of Space::Clock parallely.
Left Alt / Right Alt / Left Ctrl / Tab
Shuffle everything in the Space.
A / I
Launch the about / info window.
C / S
Show the options mentioned (configuration / settings) in the config.conf file, in a separate window.
Mouse Buttons 🐭
Primary Mouse Button
- Pressing the primary mouse button will show a greetings.
- Pressing the primary mouse button on Time and Date will change the Time and Date format.
- Pressing the primary mouse button on a custom text will help you drag the text.
Secondary Mouse Button
- Pressing the Secondary mouse button will change the foreground colour randomly (it generates a random hex colour)
Configuring / Customization ⚙️
The configuration file is located in the same directory of main.rb. It's called config.conf. The # are comments.
You can change the values after the
= to change the behaviour of Space::Clock.
Read the instructions.txt file for these info, and for more - which contains the keyboard shortcuts, and mouse functions.
Space::Clock has no physics. There's a lot of violation of physics, I have made it in a way so it looks beautiful...