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pazkaw 03-30-2005 04:20 PM

KDE Binary clock
Hi there, just posting cause I'm interesting...

I started the binary clock in KDE, and I was just wondering how to read it; cause when I change the bullets into squares i know how to read it, for example:

0 8 }
1 4 }
1 2 }===> 2+4 = 6 seconds/min/etc...
0 1 }

but those bullets seem not to be working by the same method.. tried several options, but it seems it has no any comparasion with those squares (however I'd think they should be the same:confused: )

Can somebody please explain?

iscurrah 03-31-2005 12:58 PM

Each column refers to the digits of time in HHMMSS


8    01:00:00
4    00:11:11
2    00:00:00
1    11:10:00

So add the columns up. My time above is 19:54:44

pazkaw 04-02-2005 07:22 AM

Yeah that's what I already said in the post above.. But when I change the squares into bullets, it seems to indicate something else, not quite similar to the add-up structure above. The bullets seem to show something else :S

iscurrah 04-02-2005 09:25 AM

Hmmm, mine works the same way, if its LED shape is circular or rectangular.
You're not confusing the 'lit' LEDs with the 'unlit' ones, are you? :scratch:

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