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This is my latest theme for mClock, inspired by the style of the two MIUI clocks.

The .zip contains both black and white clocks, with a few colour options also available.

Although similar, this is completely original material, made up of just under 30 Photoshop layers.


Instructions:
• 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/ReWorkClock/ and select desired .xml file.

As usual, if there are any problems or layout issues, please let know so they can be fixed.


EDIT: Now added month-day and day-month options, as well as a stripe version, seen here: [link]

The Complete Rework Clock Collection: [link]
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Tape mClock Skin

Got bored of job searching, so decided to have a little play on Photoshop.

The .zip contains the two style of Tapeclocks shown, both with the option of a background of your choice, shown down the left.

The TxClck Style is the clock on the left, the Simple Style is the clock on the Right.

Instructions:
• 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/TapeClock/TxClck Style or /Simple style and select desired .xml file.


Credits:
•The image came from ScotchTape Mod for CAD by kingdomsephiroth:[link] , which is also a port from a guy called ale03, but his DA no longer exists.
•The xml for the TxClck Style came from here: [link] hence the name.

As there are a fer few variations, and I haven't tested them all, so its likely I have slipped up with a name or two somewhere, if so please let know so they can be fixed.

Template:
Here is the .psd so you can make your own custom backgrounds: [link]
It would be cool if you shared your backgrounds in the comments for other people too use, if you wanted too.


Here are some more backgrounds [link] made by laursifer [link]

Enjoy.
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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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This is an mClock skin to go with my Dark Matter HD icons.

Instructions, as usual:
• 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/DarkMatterClock/ and select desired .xml file.

This hasn't been tested over a longer period, so the layout could end up messing up. If this happens or for any other layout issues, please let know so they can be fixed. :)

However, if its not working for you, please first check that the path of the files are:
/sdcard/mClock/DarkMatterClock/

Credits:
The original design idea came from Dillr for rainmeter by spr33: [link]
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USE 4X2 OR 3X2 WIDGETS FOR NO EDGE CROPPING

Here are some Extra versions of my Rework mClock theme: [link]
I haven't included the previous versions to save confusion, but they all go into the same folder.


In both white and black we have:
small version, without the date and time.

wide version, Inspired by Alpha and Omega mClocks by R3D-X7: [link] check them out if you haven't already seen them!

Tight version: I realised the wide type would not fit in a 4x1 widget (on HDPI) without the top being cropped, and a 4x2 widget restricted positioning. Because of this I have added a "tight" version. Tightly cropped background with no shadow. Please ignore them if irrelevant to you.


Instructions:
• Install mClock from the market.
• Create a folder in the root of your SD card called 'mClock'.
• Copy the .zip content into this folder.
• If you have the previous version the fonts are the same so doesn't matter if you do/don't overwrite when copying across.
• Add mClock widget on your homescreen.
• Hit "Xml Template" in the mClock settings.
• go to /sdcard/mClock/ReWorkClock/Extras and select desired .xml file.

I should add that the icons are Purity FS by lunardx [link]

Enjoy.

The Complete Rework Clock Collection: [link]
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Stacks Clock - Inspired by Stacks LS concept by itsallenn: [link]

Two sizes included, a 340px wide version, and a 480px wide version. Each with the option for the arrow on the, right, left or center.
(The screenshot shows the 340px, left version on a HDPI screen.)


A .PSD available on XDA, incase someone wants to resize or more the arrow postion: [link]


For those who haven't used mClock before:
• 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 (4x1) on your homescreen.
• Hit "Xml Template" in the mClock settings.
• go to /sdcard/mClock/StackClock/ and select the big or standard folder, and then pick the desired .xml file.
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Update to my Ribbon Case mClock skin... now includes 12 colors.. also an Alt Clock set which streches more toward middle of screen.. i also included a few extra fonts.

Hope everyone likes...

Download [link]

★Thanks to h_zee13 for the Original image from Reveal MIUI LS [link]
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Back again with a Mclock mod...

Original material, created by myself. Inspired by LS Roma lockscreen for iphone 4.

As usual...
• 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 a 4x1 mClock widget on your homescreen.
• Hit "Xml Template" in the mClock settings.
• go to /sdcard/mClock/Arrowclock/ and select desired clock .xml file.

Move and resize with a launcher to what you like.

Any errors please let me know, thanks.

EDIT: Small position change of ':' to look more centred for different times.
Only tested on HDPI.
Cant promise that the layout will always look right. Some little .xml adjustments may be needed to perfect the layout.
Enjoy.
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Ok, Im sharing my latest mclock mod, BAMBOO. It contains 7 "colors" for your liking. All i ask is that you link back here if you use it. Feedback is appreciated!

Download: [link]

Instructions:

Extract all files to /sdcard/mClock/bamboo or edit each file to have the path u desire.
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Here are some mClock XML clock templates I made. There are 4 clocks in a total of 11 variations in the pack.

Installation instructions can be found here: [link]
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