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Ribbon mClock Skin V2 by chrisbanks2 Ribbon mClock Skin V2 by chrisbanks2
PLEASE FULLY FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW, OR IT WONT WORK

After a few requests from my original ribbon mclock [link] I decided to make a updated version with black and white clocks, and a selection of different colour ribbon overlays.


How to:
• Install mClock from the market.
• Create a folder in the root of your SD card called 'mClock'.
• Extract the .zip content into this folder.
• Add mClock widget on your homescreen.
• Hit "Xml Template" in the mClock settings.
• go to /sdcard/mClock/RibbonClockV2/ and select desired white or black clock .xml file.

To change the colour of the ribbons, open up the .xml file of the clock/calander you want to change and on the line
<Image Image="... red_overlay.png replace red with desired colour.

Colour options:
black
blue
lightblue
green
purple
white
red
no

More colours available on request.
If there are any issues (and there probably will be!) please let me know so they can be fixed, thanks!
The overlay (the ribbons) may be incorrectly positioned on different resolution devices. Only tested on 480x800.
Can't confirm if layout will always be right.

I recommend a 2x1 Widget for the clock, and 1x1 for the calendar for best alignment of overlay. Can then be resized using launcher.


Original clock .PSD came from here: [link]
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p-m Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2012
those are not working for me. Whatever size i chose, it shows me the black line in between the upper and downer "flipcard" slided to left and right =/
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chrisbanks2 Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013
Make sure you're using a 2x1 widget for the clock.
Bearing in mind these where designed back when 800x480 was the standard resolution, so may not b working as well on larger phones
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Emotionstod Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2012
great work..i have a sdcard0...is it the same as sdcard ? Because i only can put the clock on my homescreen =/
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chrisbanks2 Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013
Try editing the .xml text. Wherever it mentions sdcard, change it to your location
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YaTuSave Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2012
how do i change to 12 hour formaT?
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chrisbanks2 Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2012
open up the .xml file in a text editor and change the line is24hour="true" to false.
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YaTuSave Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2012
i got it thanks anyway :D
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JoJoLanny Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2012
Hey man.....

First of all, everything you've done so far is first class. However, I can't seem to get your ribbon clock v2 to show properly. The background won't show on my home screen. I have a droid rzr maxx running the new ICS OTA. Any suggestions? Thanks for the help. And, yes, the skin was extracted to sdcard/mClock/RibbonClockv2. LOL! Thanks for these and all the effort sir.
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chrisbanks2 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2012
And thank you for the praise lol. Much appreciated!
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chrisbanks2 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2012
hmm, if the sdcard called sdcard on your phone, in a file manager say?
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