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Old 11-08-2021, 08:22 PM   #106
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I think you want
Code:
; Localization (translate Month and Day names)
;
;; Set day names, Lundi -> Dimanche (7 words)
;; Use {day} in the format string to use this.
;
days=Lun Mar Mer Jeu Ven Sam Dim
;
;; Set month names, Janvier -> Decembre (12 words)
;; Use {month} in the format string to use this.
;
months=Jan Fev Mar Avr Mai Jui Juil Aou Sep Oct Nov Dec
;
also you need to change the %a and %b in the format entry to {day} and {month} so NOT
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format=%a %b %d %H:%M
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format={day} {month} %d %H:%M

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As for 1, technically, yes, but most of it is already built in KOReader, so it's just killed on startup to avoid bad interactions.


so if i install koreader with installed nanoclock, nanoclock is automatically disabled when Koreader is launched?
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I think you want
Code:
; Localization (translate Month and Day names)
;
;; Set day names, Lundi -> Dimanche (7 words)
;; Use {day} in the format string to use this.
;
days=Lun Mar Mer Jeu Ven Sam Dim
;
;; Set month names, Janvier -> Decembre (12 words)
;; Use {month} in the format string to use this.
;
months=Jan Fev Mar Avr Mai Jui Juil Aou Sep Oct Nov Dec
;
also you need to change the %a and %b in the format entry to {day} and {month} so NOT
Code:
format=%a %b %d %H:%M
BUT
Code:
format={day} {month} %d %H:%M
Hi PeterT,

I tried what you advised me and it works now!

Thank you very much for your help .

After reflection your logic was the good, my lack of coding knowledge had passed me next to this solution.
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so if i install koreader with installed nanoclock, nanoclock is automatically disabled when Koreader is launched?
Yep, and restarted on exit.
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Can anybody help me what i need to change (and what values i should put) if i want the clock to be in the position provided in the attached image?

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Can anybody help me what i need to change (and what values i should put) if i want the clock to be in the position provided in the attached image?

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column=-12
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Thank you but it does not seem to work or I maybe not doing the correct thing to do.

Anyway, here is my configuration settings. I am using helvetica font and the current setting i have is the clock, and batt% is at the left side top portion of the screen. I want it to be on the right side, on top of the magnifying glass icon when in the homescreen. Thank you

Code:
; -------------------------------------------------------------------
;   NanoClock config file.
;   Canonical location: .adds/nanoclock/nanoclock.ini
; -------------------------------------------------------------------

[global]
;
; To uninstall, set to true
;
uninstall=false

;
; To temporarily stop displaying the clock, set to true
;
stop=false

;
; To debug, set to true
;; NOTE: Everything is sent to the syslog, to look specifically for nanoclock entries, run
;;       logread | grep '\(nanoclock\|nanoclock\.sh\)\[[[:digit:]]\+\]'
;; NOTE: Alternatively, you can find a NickelMenu config that will dump it in .adds/nanoclock/nanoclock.log
;;       over here: https://github.com/NiLuJe/NanoClock/blob/master/config/nm_nanoclock
;
debug=false

;
; If this is enabled, the current log will be dumped to .adds/nanoclock/nanoclock.log
; every time this config file is reloaded.
; This is a poor man's hack to get at the logs when you truly have no other way...
;
dump_log=false


[display]
;
; Date format string (see 'man strftime', e.g., <https://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man3/strftime.3.html>)
;
;; In addition may also use {month}, {day}, {battery}.
;; (Look for battery and locale settings further below).
;
format={frontlight}  %H:%M  {battery}

;
; In addition to the usual "as necessary" refreshes,
; also refresh the clock automatically, every minute, on the dot.
; Set to false to disable.
;;
;; NOTE: If the device is not connected to a power source, and Wi-Fi is currently down,
;;       the device will be put into standby after roughly 5s of inactivity.
;;       That's essentially a suspend to RAM, but with the lights on.
;;       On those devices, this means that, despite this setting, your clock will "freeze" very soon after a page turn.
;;       Until the next sign of user activity (e.g., a touch or button press),
;;       at which point the device wakes up and everything resumes.
;;
;
autorefresh=true


;
; Where to print the clock
;

;
; With one of the embedded bitmap fonts:
;
column=0
row=0
;; ^NOTE: Can be negative (f.g., row -1 is the last line of the screen (bottom), column -1 is the last column on the screen (right)).
offset_x=0
offset_y=0
;; ^NOTE: These do *NOT* override row/column, they *fine-tune* them. Offsets can be negative, but will not wrap around edges.
;;       f.g., if you only print a %H:%M timestamp, that's 5 characters, so, the bottom-right corner of the screen would be:
;;       column=-5
;;       row=-1
;;       You can then adjust that a bit, by, say, moving it 10 pixels higher:
;;       offset_y=-10
;;  NOTE: While column/row won't, offset_x/offset_y *can* push content off-screen!

;
; Font:  (IBM, UNSCII, ALT, THIN, FANTASY, MCR, TALL, BLOCK,
;         LEGGIE, VEGGIE, KATES, FKP, CTRLD, ORP, ORPB, ORPI,
;         SCIENTIFICA, SCIENTIFICAB, SCIENTIFICAI, TERMINUS,
;         TERMINUSB, FATTY, SPLEEN, TEWI, TEWIB, TOPAZ,
;         MICROKNIGHT, VGA, COZETTE)
;
truetype=Helvetica.ttf

;
; Font Size:
; NOTE: This is an integer multiplier of the native cell size of the font. (0 means choose a sensible default based on DPI, ranging from 2 to 4).
;
size=0

;
; Color: (BLACK GRAY{1-9A-E} WHITE)
;
fg_color=BLACK
bg_color=WHITE
;

;
; With your own vector (TrueType, OpenType) fonts:
;
;; For fonts inside the same folder as your NanoClock configuration:
;;     truetype=yourfont.ttf
;
;; For fonts stored elsewhere in the filesystem:
;;     truetype=/mnt/onboard/fonts/something.ttf
;
;; Only set these if you use *italic*, **bold**, ***bold italic*** in your format string:
;;
;;     truetype_format=*%a* **%b** ***%d*** %H:%M
;;     truetype_bold=yourfont-bold.ttf
;;     truetype_italic=yourfont-italic.ttf
;;     truetype_bolditalic=yourfont-bolditalic.ttf
;
;; Technically, this can also be used for completely different font styles,
;; instead of italic or bold variants of the same font.
;
;; NOTE: Will fall back to regular mode when font file is unavailable.
;;       (e.g. while the device is connected to USB)
;
truetype_size=6.0
truetype_px=0
;; ^NOTE: size is in pt, px is in pixels. If set to non-zero, px takes precedence.
;;        In case you ever need to do the maths yourself, px = dpi / 72.0 * pt
truetype_x=18
truetype_y=15
;; ^NOTE: Much like above, these can be negative, in which case they count backwards from the opposite edge (like column/row).
;;        f.g., a rough match to the column/row example above might be:
;;        truetype_x=-115
;;        truetype_y=-44
;;
;; NOTE:  If you want to position your clock near the bottom or right edge,
;;        using negative values is the only sensible way to have it actually work in both Portrait and Landscape orientations,
;;        whether you're using a vector or a bitmap font.
;;
truetype_fg=BLACK
truetype_bg=WHITE

;
; TrueType padding
;
;; TrueType padding helps prevent visual fragments to appear,
;; in the extremely rare instance of multiple clock updates on the same page,
;; but it comes at the cost of adding extra whitespace.
;; Set to true to enable.
;; NOTE: If you still have this enabled, and you're seeing weird layout issues on the first update after a truetype switch,
;;       try disabling it.
;; NOTE: This setting is mostly meaningless if backgroundless or overlay are enabled, but it is still honored,
;;       as it might help the autorefresh magic behave seamlessly ;).
;
truetype_padding=false

;
; Misc display tweaks (regardless of the font type)
;
;; Don't render background pixels *at all* (i.e., no background "box").
;; Set to true to enable.
backgroundless=false
;; Ignores the specified foreground color, and instead use the inverse of what's on the screen.
;; (f.g., if a pixel replaces a white pixel, it'll be painted black).
;; Like with backgroundless, background pixels won't be rendered. Takes precedence over backgroundless.
;; Set to true to enable.
overlay=false
;; ^NOTE: If autorefresh is enabled, magic will happen to make these two behave without visual glitches ;).
;; ^NOTE: On devices with a sunxi SoC (e.g., Mk. 8), these two modes are unavailable, because of technical limitations.

;
; Battery percentage value (0-100)
;
;; Use {battery} in the format string.
;
;; Will only be used if the battery is between min max.
;; Default: only shown when battery level drops to 50% and under.
battery_min=0
battery_max=100
;
;; Allows tweaking how the placeholder is formatted.
;; %d will be replaced by the actual value
;; %% is a literal % sign
;; The default is to show nothing when hidden, and an unadorned percentage otherwise.
; When the battery is shown (i.e., within the configured threshold)
battery_shown_pattern=%d%%
; When the battery is hidden (i.e., outside the configured threshold)
battery_hidden_pattern=
;
; For example, if you want to display the battery between brackets as a prefix to your clock,
; but don't want those brackets to mess up your formatting when the battery is *NOT* shown:
; format={battery} %H:%M
; battery_shown_pattern=[%d%%]
; battery_hidden_pattern=
; (Note that in a config value, leading spaces will be ignored, but not *trailing* spaces,
;  so you may also use '{battery}%H:%M' for format and '[%d%%] ' for battery_shown_pattern).

;
; Localization (translate Month and Day names)
;
;; Set day names, Monday -> Sunday (7 words)
;; Use {day} in the format string to use this.
;
;days=Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
;
;; Set month names, January -> December (12 words)
;; Use {month} in the format string to use this.
;
;months=Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
;

;
; Frontlight percentage value (0-100 or -1)
;
;; Use {frontlight} in the format string.
;; ^NOTE: It might take a couple pages to sync up on older devices (< Mk. 7). That's perfectly normal.
;
;; Allows tweaking how the placeholder is formatted.
;; c.f., the description for {battery} above for more details.
;; The default is to show an unadorned percentage.
frontlight_pattern=[%d]
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@Deobulakenyo: You failed to actually modify the relevant key=value entries in that snippet?

EDIT: Also, column/row are for the embedded bitmap fonts, you'll want to tweak truetype_w & truetype_y instead. For the top-right corner, an y value close to 0 and a small dip into the negatives on the x axis should do the trick (we can't give you a perfect answer, because that's not a monospaced font, so it's all pixels, and it'll vary depending on what's actually displayed and at which size).

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@Deobulakenyo: You failed to actually modify the relevant key=value entries in that snippet?

EDIT: Also, column/row are for the embedded bitmap fonts, you'll want to tweak truetype_w & truetype_y instead. For the top-right corner, an y value close to 0 and a small dip into the negatives on the x axis should do the trick (we can't give you a perfect answer, because that's not a monospaced font, so it's all pixels, and it'll vary depending on what's actually displayed and at which size).
Thank you very much. Now i understand. I was able to fix it using the following settings. I aligned the nanoclock with my header in the Y axis and with the edge of the book cover in the X axis using these configs:

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truetype_size=6.0
truetype_px=0
;; ^NOTE: size is in pt, px is in pixels. If set to non-zero, px takes precedence.
;;        In case you ever need to do the maths yourself, px = dpi / 72.0 * pt
truetype_x=-220
truetype_y=22
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Is this a bug?

Whenever i eject my device via Calibrer, nanoclock stops displaying.

Sometimes it comes back when rebooted/shut down then restarted; sometimes, it does not.
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It should *always* come back after a full reboot, so I'd try to pin this down first .

(Otherwise, I would need debug logs to tell you what might be happening, but the likeliest culprit is a broken USBMS session).
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It should *always* come back after a full reboot, so I'd try to pin this down first .

(Otherwise, I would need debug logs to tell you what might be happening, but the likeliest culprit is a broken USBMS session).

It was okay in my Libra H2O. This only happens on my Libra 2. Full reboot does not always fix it.
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Full reboot does not always fix it.
That would imply settings issues (or much weirder failure(s)).

In any case, can't say much without debug logs .
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That would imply settings issues (or much weirder failure(s)).

In any case, can't say much without debug logs .


Thanks. How do i get debug logs?

do not understand how to do this: run logread | grep '\(nanoclock\|nanoclock\.sh\)\[[[:digit:]]\+\]'
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Can someone explain how to install this .zip on my Libra 2?

Do I just move the zip into the .kobo folder or do I have to extract it and do something
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