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Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by rogelio888, Aug 21, 2013.
Any way to put a clock on the center display?
Use browser on console and go to dash.time4tesla.com
Haven't tried in a while. I assume it still works?
There is already a clock at the top of the touchscreen and driver's console. I guess you mean a big picture of an analog clock?
Why use screen real estate for that?
or this one
CLOCK - TESLAMODS
Because the clock top right is FAR too small.
Can't be as bad as the charging volts/amps readout in the Roadster.
Ehh, there's one on the dash display also (much closer=easier to see?).
I particularly like this one:
How is tho clock installed?
Thanks for the thought. Nigel. That one is the same point size. And when the dash dims, still impossible to see as is the entire bottom row of stuff.
I would LOVE to see TM add a clock app so I could have a digital clock to the left of the speedo when GPS not there.
Actually I think the one on the dash is actually smaller. I agree a large clock on the dash would be nice. When I'm not using Nav (most of the time) I don't find any good use for half the dash (one half is trip computer, the other half displays media info, except I have media info already up on the center console).
Analog? Yipes no--digital, and it needn't be big, IMHO.
I've been tempted to pull up a digital clock display in the browser. I just squint, for now, but the dash and main screens are too small for my aging eyes and I don't usually need half the screen, anyway. I have the energy readout (also on dash) and the "radio" (listening to audiobooks, I hardly need to look at the faux radio dial). Really, while I'm driving, the whole big display is somewhat wasted, I suppose. Gah, I never thought of it like this.... ;-)
I concur. I use this very frequently. It's extremely sharp.
If the browser could handle multiple windows, I would agree, but to use the browser for a clock is like swatting a fly with a gun.
Just make us an app, please TM?
And while you are at it, make it available in the instrument cluster, too. No browser-based "app" is ever able to do this.