It has a bug (which you should probably fix):
When in 12 hour mode, it displays times between 12:00noon and 1:00pm as 12:xx:xxam. Such times should be pm. Also if it has times between noon and 1:00pm reversed, it is likely that times between midnight and 1:00am may be reversed as well.
It's not noon here yet!
I can't believe I let that slip through. I'll fix it right away.
Also a few suggestions (feature requests):
1) Could you either make the font bigger, or give an option to adjust the font size? The text on this thing is much smaller than the "ROKU Digitial Clock", and I really don't want to give up that size advantage to use your clock.
You must have an HDTV (I know, I'm the only one in the world that doesn't). It was meant to be about the same size as the Roku clock and is on my SDTV. I'll adjust the size based on the user's screen.
2) How about a rename of the screen saver, that somehow indicates that temperature (weather info) is included? When selecting that clock, from the screen saver list, there is no indication at all that the temp is included with the time. While that might not be an issue right after installing the clock (and selecting it the first time), remembering that detail about the clock (months?) later might be easier if your screensaver name reflected that fact.
I thought the same thing. The temperature was a late addition, so it was just an LED clock. You're right, I should change the name. I just didn't want to redo the channel graphic. It's not easy to spell words with a 7-segment display!
3) Any thoughts on including more weather info than just temp (for example pressure and humidity)?
I've thought about it and will look into it.
4) Any possibility of the end user choosing the font, like is possible with the ROKU digitial clock? I personally prefer the font options on the built in (ROKU) digital clock, as I like a smoother font (then the "LED" looking one you have), and that is a choice/option on ROKU's Digital Clock screensaver. However, your screen saver has the key advantage of including the temp as well (which the built in ROKU screen saver doesn't have).
To be honest, I dislike the Roku LED font because it doesn't look like any LED display that I've ever seen. A true LED display is made up of segments, so when the digits change any segment that doesn't "go out" shouldn't move. I keep playing with the font because it doesn't have the look I'm really going for. It's my own true type font and it looks better scaled up on my computer than it does on the Roku. I may add an option for a plain font of some sort.
Thanks for the feedback!