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Steam Clock by Mordasius Steam Clock by Mordasius
This is an analog clock with a Steampunk slant. It's intended to be an alternative to the clock skin in the Big, Bold and Brassy (BB&B) collection of rainmeter skins.

The gears rotate, the piston pumps, the tube fills and there is a steam emission every minute. Left-click on the clock to change the clock face. Left-click on the tube to change the tube colour.

You will need the latest beta version of Rainmeter to run this skin. Get it from rainmeter.net
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:iconjamesnsa17th:
Cool man! But, how do you increase the size of the clock. I kinda want it to be bigger.
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:iconmordasius:
I would actually be quite a lot of work to make the skin bigger as you'd have to re-size all the .pngs as well as change all the X / Y positions in the .ini file.
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:iconjamesnsa17th:
Oh, ok. Thanks for the reply.
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:iconfreaktrev:
cool stuff man, lookin good!
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:iconerikaatjj:
The 4 is written fault... It's IV not IIII, I'm sorry, it's still awesome though.
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:iconmordasius:
Actually most clocks using Roman numerals use IIII rather than IV.    This gives a more balanced look to the clock face and avoids confusion between IV and VI particularly as IV would be upside down.  The tradition is said to have begun with the Wells Cathedral clock built between 1386 and 1392.
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:iconerikaatjj:
oh yeah, sorry.. i forgot about that.. I'm so sorry.. will you forgive me? it's a really nice clock though, and i noticed my clock in real having IIII too.. you're right, lol 
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:iconmastersdiamond:
Awesome thanks heaps... just love the steampunk theme

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Mistikfantasy May 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
awesome thanks!
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