Thursday, 28 October 2010

New version of Sense Analog Clock Released Ver. 2.9.1

Small fix :clock did not show default colors and was starting blank, and users thought it stopped working, or others emailed me and directed them to configuration screen to set color.
Now is fixed and there should no panic. Sorry missed this little code.

Tuesday, 26 October 2010

New version of Sense Analog Clock Released Ver. 2.9.0

  • User preferences more sticky, now color is sticky too.
  • Color for all other info on top of hours and minutes.
  • New pop-up window with the system information, for people that like the classic look, tap bottom left corner.
  • Date/Day moved down a bit because it was touching weather info
  • Ability to hide the weather details (from configuration)
  • The addition of skins. Creating a skin for this clock is really easy. Even I can do it!
  • We should make a system of sharing them to each other.

Monday, 25 October 2010

Skins Slideshow

Sunday, 24 October 2010

Installing Skins for Sense Analog Clock

This is the link to the skins.

Download this zip file to your computer, Inside there is a folder named "factory.widgets.skins". Extract and copy this folder to the root of your SD Card. If you don't the gallery image on the right will not display an images to choose from.
Scrolling left to right and tapping on a preview picture selects it as your new skin.
Press [back] key on your phone when done.
Don’t forget to press [OK] from preferences screen.

Thursday, 7 October 2010

Weather Code for Sense Analog Clock Widgets Large and Small

To find the code for your desired location and put in the widget preferences follow the following steps:

To find your location code:
1. Visit
2. Enter you city in the search box and click 'Go'
3. Click on the weather info link that best matches your weather
4. You will be sent the the weather page for your desired city.
5. The URL of this page will look like this (I have chosen London, England, United Kingdom) -
6. Your location code is the value between '' and       '&q=London%2c+GBR',
which is UKXX0085
Now put in widget preferences in weather the code UKXX0085