Clockstellation Skin for Rainmeter

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Clockstellation Skin for Rainmeter
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A clock that always forms a triangle by connecting the dots for seconds, minutes and hours. It’s very customizable and there are countless “clockstallations” possible I also made an audio visualizer based on the Clockstellation Code:  PulseWeb To change color or size: Rightclick the skin and select “Edit skin” ***CHANGELOG*** -1.7.1   19-05-2017 Fixed a bug where you couldn’t change the color of the middle dot as noticed by ente3000 -1.7    15-12-2016 Fixed smooth movement Fixed old code to new Shape meter Moved user editable variables to main file -1.6    06-06-2016 Movement is now smother by default. Added: variable to switch between 1 second and 1 10th of a second updates. Freely adjustable refresh may be coming. -1.5     05-05-2016 Fixed bug where shortening lines would change the angle of the line. -1.4    09-02-2016 Massive code clean up ( again ). Fixed the issues with weird disappearing to short and to long lines for good. Added the option to shorten the distance to individual dots. Variable ShortSec ShortMin and ShortHour Update now 1000 -1.3    29-01-2016 Added variables for: Middle point, middle lines, line width. -1.2.1    27-01-2016 Fixed some line issues, some still exist where the Sec-Min line disappears for 1 second. -1.2    27-01-2016 Huge code clean up and simplification. Use of Atan2 and no ATAN that caused errors ( thanks to killall-qfor noticing ). known issue: at some hours and exactly 55 seconds the line is a little bit to short, I’ll try to fix this soon. -1.1    24-01-2016 Optional dots added around the skin. Size difference between hour, minute and second dot added. -1.0    24-01-2016 Clockstellation released ***Credits*** PaperSalad on Reddit for his Lua script to count milliseconds jsmorley on the rainmeter forums with his explanation of ATAN Archive available on GitHub