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I wanted a clock for my phone that was nice and big and easy to use just by bashing some keys, and wasn't too bright for using at night. So I made one. And as an added bonus, it also works in the daytime :)
Not for S60 3rd Edition.
- Full or normal screen: useful to quickly check the notifications in the top-right corner, like new SMS/missed call
- Backlight on: keeps the backlight on, and the screensaver off, for when you want to keep the clock visible (note will use battery up quicker)
- Alarm clock: opens the phone's built-in clock/alarm thingy
- Send to a friend: limited! - send the clock for free to another S60 phone using Bluetooth
- About: boring version number but with a handy shortcut to www.sevenball.co.uk so you can check those Sevenball gigs in the pub
- Semi-skinnable: put a file called bigclockface.jpg in C:\Nokia\Images\ or E:\Images\ before starting. It's best to use a 176x208 image, but any will do
- Log the time: First create a folder at C:\Logs\BigClock\ then type 564 ("LOG") and enter some text. It will be logged to C:\Logs\BigClock\BigClock.txt