Fuzzy Clock

By Cj Malone on

I've created a "Fuzzy Clock" for GNOME, it replaces the clock in the topbar with a human time instead.

A fuzzy clock is the time displayed in text form, and rounded to the nearest five minute mark. For example if the time was 1417 it would show "QUARTER past TWO", but if it's 1418 it would show "TWENTY past TWO."

Fuzzy Clock Screenshot

The project is based upon Stuart Langridge's Clock override that allows you to overwrite the time format, however I've adapted the code to display a fuzzy clock instead.

It's hosted on GitHub and can be installed locally with git or system wide with pacman. I'm still waiting on it being approved by extensions.gnome.org.