Simple Floating Clock is a clock. A simple, floating analog clock that sits on your Mac's desktop any where you'd like to put it.
Because Apple got rid of that option in the stock clock with the release of Leopard (Mac OS X 10.5) on October 26, 2007. Some people like it.
You can customize it a bit if you open the Preferences window with a control-click or right-click on the clock face. There's really not much to do to a clock and still leave it useful, though.
- A clock can be set to "local" instead of a specific time zone. Previously, this was reserved for the default clock SFC created at first launch.
- The position and size of the analog clock face on a custom background image can be set.
- The clock size control is now a slider instead of up/down arrows.
- Should be more reliable about restoring location on multi-monitor systems.
- Should do a better job calculating window size for digital displays.
- Modernized code to set SFC as a login item.
- Cleaned up several potential memory leaks.
- Custom faces can be resized, instead of being forced to the size of the chosen image