Keep track of time in style
A lot of users have been reporting LauncherPro and Go Launcher are conflicting with my app. You can fix this by not using the Configure button under wallpapers, but by going to Text Clock Pro and pressing settings in there. Thanks for understanding while I solve the configure issue.
Keep track of the time in style with Text Clock Pro. This live wallpaper displays words to tell the time by lighting up characters. The clock updates in five minute increments. With the pro version, you get access to more customization options.
-Customize your colors. Select the colors of the lit and unlit text, and the background color.
-Choose a custom image background. Break the uniformity of a plain color background with any image on your SD card.
-Customize the text. Choose from various visual settings such as font type, font size, text glow and text opacity.
-Battery friendly. Thanks to the minimalist style of Text Clock, this live wallpaper won't drain your battery.
Not all Android devices are compatible with live wallpapers, make sure yours is. You can do this by going to the wallpaper settings and seeing if Live Wallpaper is an option, or if you're on version 2.1 or higher.
If you're not sure your device is supported, please check out Text Clock Lite. It's the same basic design with fewer features, but free.
Not all devices have been tested with this wallpaper. The only device I have physically tested is the Droid X, but I have emulated most other devices aside from tablets. If you have an issue with your device, feel free to email me and I'll work with you to support your device.
Need to report a bug? Want to suggest a feature? Have criticisms or feedback? Need a shoulder to cry on? Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm all ears for anything you've got to say.
Color selection menu provided by the wonderful Yukuku under the Apache License v2.0
Fonts found at www.fontsqurrel.com, under various licenses. All of the names are the same.
Much appreciation to Dean over on StackOverflow for his post on choosing images via the settings menu.
Credit to Wiggins for the SeekBar Preference.
Thanks to Reddit for the wonderful feedback. Shmag.