A busy month, but one little thing completed: another watchface, Orbit, which was created in under an hour in response to a request on reddit.
Forgot to post this as I was on holiday!
An abstract Pebble watchface, with the hour, minute and second hands as circles that connect to form a triangle:
Colour Fuzzy Time, a minimalist watchface for the Pebble Time. It features the time in words, an hour-hand-only clock face, and battery gauge. The colour of the background changes according to the temperature.
PorkChat, a Chrome Extension for Stack Exchange chat, bundling up a lot of userscripts, optimising them, and adding some new ones.
At the SBSeg conference, StegDroid won honours as the second best paper in the undergraduate track.
I’ve found a way around the useless full screen implementation in OSX, thanks to Geet Duggal. Here’s a refined version of the procedure, where I’ll have Xcode full screen on one monitor, and terminal and Chrome open on my secondary monitor:
- Arrange the application windows you want to have on your second screen as you would like them. You will not be able to rearrange them once they are there.
- Completely quit the applications you wish to use on your second monitor, e.g. terminal, Chrome.
- Full screen your app (Xcode)
- Using the trackpad, swipe with three fingers a little bit, so that just the edge of the next space is visible (but it won’t switch when you let go)
- Keeping your fingers on the trackpad, hit cmd + space to open Spotlight and type in the name of the program you wish to launch on the second monitor (terminal)
- Hit enter to launch the program, wait for the window to display, then you can take your fingers off the trackpad.
- Repeat steps 4-6 for any other apps you wish to launch!