"No Country for Gold Men" Clock
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"No Country for Gold Men" Clock
Description :

The clock's display has a typical height and aspect ratio. The clock has quite a lot of padding at the edges, which makes the clock's display a little bit on the small side. There is quite a bit of space between the digits of the clock's display, so the digits feel somewhat far apart. The clock has an edge glow effect. The edge glow is intensely opaque. The color of the edge glow is black. It is very fat and extends close to the center, leaving a small window clear in the middle. The clock has a color grid effect as a background. The color at the top left corner is close to plum, with a hint of thistle and silver. The color at the top right corner is close to olive drab, with a hint of dark olive green and dim grey. The color at the bottom left corner is close to dark olive green, with a hint of saddle brown and sienna. The color at the bottom right corner is close to dark olive green, with a hint of saddle brown and sienna. The digits of the clock's display are made up of several segments. The digits are very opaque, but one may still see a hint of what is beneath them. Their color is close to black, with a hint of dark green and midnight blue. There is no gap between the digit segments. The digit segments have a drop shadow. The shadow has no offset. The shadow is extremely blurred, so that it is soft and blends seamlessly into the surroundings. The shadow has a good amount of spread, adding quite a bit of strength. The color of the shadow is black. The shadow is completely opaque, and should feel very strong.

The SevenSegmentWithColorGridBg clock combines a traditional seven segment display for the digits, a four corner color smooth gradient background, and an edge glow with themeable color, thickness, and opacity. The individual segments of the digits support theming by color, opacity, segment gap, and a drop shadow. Additionally, digit spacing, overall clock aspect ratio, and edge padding can also be themed.