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Status Bar Time

by lowliet ALL

Small Sublime Text package that is displaying current time on status bar

Details

  • 2014.06.11.20.59.41
  • github.​com
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StatusBarTime

Small package for displaying current time (or uptime) on status bar. Works with Sublime 2 and 3.

Preview


How to install

  • Clone or download git repo into your packages folder

Using Package Control:

  • Run “Package Control: Install Package” command, and find StatusBarTime package

Settings

Example config:

// Clock type as sublime text uptime: 0 - time, 1 - sublime uptime
"StatusBarClock_type": 0,

// Clock update interval (in millisecond)
"StatusBarClock_Interval": 1000,

// If true then clock will only be displayed when there is a file in view
"StatusBarClock_display_onlyinview": true,

// Time format, for "%a - %H:%M:%S" -> Mon - 22:58:24
"StatusBarTime_format": "%H:%M:%S"

// Stick the clock on the left side of the status bar
"StatusBarClock_lefty": true,

For more information refer to Python documentation