Although, in this case, you are free to use it as a desktop.
A fully working wallpaper clock. What IS a wallpaper clock? you'll ask. Well, a wallpaper clock is a fully working clock in the wallpaper itself. Some sort of 'active desktop'.
You'll need a program for this to work. I've tested both of them and they're spyware/malware free. For as far as I could find anyway: - for XP and/or Vista: Chameleon Clock - for Windows 7: Dexpot And a 1680x1050 desktop. For now. I'll add more sizes on demand.
Probably you'll need to change the extension from .zip to .wcz again. DA seems to change that.
This is a binary clock. Works like: The blocks in the bottom row have a value of 1, the row on top of that has a value of 2, above that is 4, and the highest one is 8. The white blocks are just to divide the columns. No values there.
So, basically: you check where in one column the blocks are lit. You add the values you find, and voila, you get the time. The one in the preview tells you that it's 23:15 on 29 december. (I bet that's the dutch way of writing the date.) The NR is my logo. Ness Rivka, sort of.
For dummies: values are: 8 4 2 1
In the preview: The first column gives you 2. Read from bottom to top. The one besides that gives 1+2=3.
2. 3. yup?
Then there's a nice white divider. Nothing special. Just read it as a ':'-thing. Skip.
Then you get the next column. Just block value 1 is lit. So that's 1. Besides that, block value 4 & value 1 are lit. 4+1=5.
easy, isn't it?
Next you get the day, divider, month. That's all, folks! Use for free, just don't modify without my permission. Uhm, and if you find any bugs, please post them in a comment.