A while back E17 used to have a cool "bug" in the edge flipping logic.
Edge flipping is used on computer desktops when your have virtual desktop systems. Virtual desktops are very popular in Linux and UNIX desktop systems. One feature for virtual desktops is edge flipping. When edge flipping is enabled and one moves the mouse to the edge of the screen the screen will flip to an adjacent desktop if on is available.
This is probably pretty confusing if you are a windows user.
Anyway, I added some configuration:
I had an idea about randomly creating edje layouts. Basically layers would be selected at random to create an organic user experience. I have created an example below.
I guess the way I scaled the face of the clock was bothering some people. I have used cubic scaling and now it works better.
Have a look below and download the new theme if you like.
It turns out the the main poblem is the clock was not the ticks but it was the hands. I have updated it with some new hands. I only have a mockup available now.
Expect the theme coming at you this evening.
Take a look:
I always didn't like the default clock in the Bling enlightenment theme because I can't tell the time without ticks on the clock. I made this new one. Try it out if you like.
Download the theme and save it into your theme path, Enable the theme using:
$ enlightenment_remote -theme-set theme/modules/clock shorne-etheme.edj
$ enlightenment_remote -restart