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Tick Tock Clocks got redesigned!

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Few months back, I convinced Zander Brown to take over GNOME Clocks with me and we have been working hard to refresh the code base and give it a new look for GNOME 3.36.

So far, we have got all the four panels re-designed based on the mockups made by the GNOME design team.

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GNOME Clocks App Redesigned, Now Looks Great on Linux Phones

  • GNOME Clocks App Redesigned, Now Looks Great on Linux Phones

    In all, looking pretty good I think! Although Clocks isn’t the kind of app I use that often on the desktop (save for setting up world clocks so they are shown in the messaging tray/calendar applet) it’s an integral tool.

    You can read more about the effort behind this update on Bilal’s blog. You’ll find code for the refreshed GNOME Clocks on Gitlab.

    Are you running a modern Linux distribution? If so, you can install the current version of Clocks using a package manager of your choice.

    Finally, to see more of this revamp in action check out this video that anime addict BabyWogue has just published — such great timing!

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