• Yeah. Pull request made.

    I managed to test with a ped.face.js clock face. Using the following code.

    () => {
      function getFace(){
      function draw() {
          let steps = -1;
          let show_steps = false;
          // only attempt to get steps if activepedom is loaded
          if (WIDGETS.activepedom !== undefined) {
             steps = WIDGETS.activepedom.getSteps();
             show_steps = true;
          var d = new Date();
          var da = d.toString().split(" ");
          var time = da[4].substr(0,5);
          g.setFont("Vector", 80);
          g.setColor(1,1,1);  // white
          g.setFontAlign(0, -1);
          g.drawString(time, g.getWidth()/2, 60);
          if (show_steps) {
              g.setColor(0,255,0);  // green
              g.setFont("Vector", 60);
              g.drawString(steps, g.getWidth()/2, 160);
      function onSecond(){
        return {init:draw, tick:onSecond};
      return getFace;

    There are probably improvements that can be made to the above code. EG it flickers.
    I also tried

      function onSecond(){
        var t = new Date();
        if ((t.getSeconds() % 5) === 0) draw();

    I can see from the other multiclock examples that there are better ways of writing the display to avoid flicker.

    I attempted to check ped.js into github multiclock/ped.js but when I updated the json file, my personal App loader would not show the latest version id ?


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