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== Виджеты часов ==
 
== Виджеты часов ==
  
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Существует несколько различных виджетов Plasma, показывающих время на экране.
 
Существует несколько различных виджетов Plasma, показывающих время на экране.
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[[Image:clock_widgets.png|thumb|400px|center|Виджет аналоговых часов на рабочем столе и виджет цифровых часов на панели]]
 
[[Image:clock_widgets.png|thumb|400px|center|Виджет аналоговых часов на рабочем столе и виджет цифровых часов на панели]]
  
The '''Analog Clock Widget''' displays a traditional dial with an hours hand and a minutes hand. The '''Digital Clock Widget''' shows the time in the fashion of a digital watch. There is also a '''Fuzzy Clock Widget''' that shows the time less precisely, using words like "half past two" or "ten to ten".
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See [[Special:myLanguage/Plasma#Widgets|this explanation]] of how to add a widget to the Desktop or to a Panel, and how to move it about or change its size or orientation.
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All of the clock widgets will display the system time unless you tell them to use another time zone by setting so at <menuchoice>System Settings → Regional Settings → Date & Time</menuchoice>. If you click on any clock-widget a calendar will pop up. Click anywhere outside the calendar to make it disappear again.
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By default, there is one clock widget on the right of the control panel. In this document, we will concentrate on this clock. However, everything said is also valid for clock widgets that are added onto the desktop directly.
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A click with the right mouse button gives you a context menu. Choosing <menuchoice>Show Alternatives</menuchoice> lets you pick another clock widget and choosing <menuchoice>Configure</menuchoice> lets you configure the actual clock widget.
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[[Image:clock_widget_alternatives.png|thumb|400px|center|The five alternative clock widgets]]
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You may choose between an analog clock, a binary clock, a digital clock, a calendar and a fuzzy clock.
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The '''analogue clock''' is a classic clock with clock hands. With <menuchoice>Configure</menuchoice> you can add a second hand and show time zone.
  
See [[Special:myLanguage/Plasma#Widgets|this explanation]] of how to add a widget to the Desktop or to a Panel, and how to move it about or change its size or orientation.
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The '''binary clock''' shows time in a binary format. This is made by “flashing up” LEDs. With <menuchoice>Configure</menuchoice> you may choose whether a gird is to be displayed, the inactive LED should flash up too (in a different colour) or if seconds should be shown. Additionally, the color of the LED can be changed.
  
These clock will display the system time unless you tell them to use another time zone. If you click on the widget a calendar will pop up. Click anywhere outside the calendar to make it disappear again.
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The '''digital clock''' shows time as on a digital watch. There are more options with <menuchoice>Configure</menuchoice> here as for the other clock widgets. There are several tabs on <menuchoice>Configure</menuchoice> menu.
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<menuchoice>Appearance</menuchoice>: here you can set whether date, seconds and time zone to be shown. The clock can be changed between 12-hour mode and 24-hour mode and the font style can be changed.
  
You can modify the clocks to suit your needs. Just right click the widget and select the settings item from the menu; or you can click the wrench or spanner symbol on the widget handle if the widget is placed on the desktop.
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<menuchoice>Calendar</menuchoice>: If you wish you may add week numbers to the calendar.
  
[[Image:Analog_clock_settings_appearance.png|thumb|500px|center|The settings dialog for the Analog Clock Widget]]
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<menuchoice>Time Zones</menuchoice>: Here you may change the time zone of the time shown.
  
All three clocks offer the same set of options with the exception of the options in the <menuchoice>Appearance</menuchoice> page. In this page you can choose to have seconds shown, and you can have the time zone displayed. There are also settings specific to each Clock Widget that determines how the time is displayed.
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The '''fuzzy clock''' shows the time as a spoken expression like “Twenty to six”. With <menuchoice>Configure</menuchoice> you may change font to “bold” or “italic”. Additionally, the fuzziness of the clock can be adjusted. At maximum accurateness, it will change all five minutes, with increasing fuzziness the time of changes will increase. At maximum fuzziness, it may only say “Weekend”.
  
In the <menuchoice>General</menuchoice> page you can instruct the Clock to speak the time with regular intervals. The <menuchoice>Calendar</menuchoice> page lets you choose which kind of calendar to display. You can also choose to have national holidays from any one of a number of countries shown. In the <menuchoice>Time Zones</menuchoice> page you can set your Clock to show the time in a different time zone. First select the areas that you wish to be able to choose among and then in the drop down list <menuchoice>Clock defaults to</menuchoice> you choose which of those time zones you want so display by default.
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The '''calendar''' widget will not display a clock, but a calendar view instead. With <menuchoice>Configure</menuchoice> you may add week number to be shown.
  
 
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Виджеты часов

Существует несколько различных виджетов Plasma, показывающих время на экране.

Виджет аналоговых часов на рабочем столе и виджет цифровых часов на панели

See this explanation of how to add a widget to the Desktop or to a Panel, and how to move it about or change its size or orientation.

All of the clock widgets will display the system time unless you tell them to use another time zone by setting so at System Settings → Regional Settings → Date & Time. If you click on any clock-widget a calendar will pop up. Click anywhere outside the calendar to make it disappear again.

By default, there is one clock widget on the right of the control panel. In this document, we will concentrate on this clock. However, everything said is also valid for clock widgets that are added onto the desktop directly.

A click with the right mouse button gives you a context menu. Choosing Show Alternatives lets you pick another clock widget and choosing Configure lets you configure the actual clock widget.

The five alternative clock widgets

You may choose between an analog clock, a binary clock, a digital clock, a calendar and a fuzzy clock.

The analogue clock is a classic clock with clock hands. With Configure you can add a second hand and show time zone.

The binary clock shows time in a binary format. This is made by “flashing up” LEDs. With Configure you may choose whether a gird is to be displayed, the inactive LED should flash up too (in a different colour) or if seconds should be shown. Additionally, the color of the LED can be changed.

The digital clock shows time as on a digital watch. There are more options with Configure here as for the other clock widgets. There are several tabs on Configure menu.

Appearance: here you can set whether date, seconds and time zone to be shown. The clock can be changed between 12-hour mode and 24-hour mode and the font style can be changed.

Calendar: If you wish you may add week numbers to the calendar.

Time Zones: Here you may change the time zone of the time shown.

The fuzzy clock shows the time as a spoken expression like “Twenty to six”. With Configure you may change font to “bold” or “italic”. Additionally, the fuzziness of the clock can be adjusted. At maximum accurateness, it will change all five minutes, with increasing fuzziness the time of changes will increase. At maximum fuzziness, it may only say “Weekend”.

The calendar widget will not display a clock, but a calendar view instead. With Configure you may add week number to be shown.


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