Illuminated Clock – Ultimate realistic and awesome clock screensaver for Mac

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Illuminated Clock is a free clock theme screensaver for Mac OS X, it shows as a lively clock when running, which makes the whole system filled with joy and harmony. The clock face design is based on the Swiss Traser’s H3 more light (illuminated) watches.

The screensaver’s lighting environment will change as time goes on: at night, the environment around watch hands will darken and fogged, by this time the clock has a very comfortable green light. In addition, it has many options which enables us to fine tuned the clock operating mode.

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Should work with any version (Intel, Mac OS X 10.5 or later) of Mac OS that supports Quartz compositions. Tested with Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6.

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Note that Illuminated Clock has a built-in advertising plugin, which will automatically display at the screen saver time.

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