Hi everyone, I just made a watchface for myself but I thought I would

Hi everyone,

I just made a watchface for myself but I thought I would share it with you guys, its a CMD / MSDOS style face with time, date, battery and temperature.

I know this already exists for wear watches, but haven’t found it on here.
This face is made for a D5+ so I don’t know how it looks on other devices.

Download link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bwi-QBcV1D6INlRvd1lneWV1SlE

I think that it’s really good that people are making faces - whether they are for themselves or to share…

I especially like it when different people come up with similar designs that have the same theme… you can’t have too much of a good thing :slight_smile:

I found these two in the archives… :slight_smile:

@Andrew_Davis I already had the first one, but I like the CMD style more. I have searched that second one for ages, but haven’t found it.
Anyway, making clockskins is fun, so I don’t mind it. (I actualy like mine more, it has the real commands xd)

I agree, we can make what we prefer… I’ve often thought that it would be interesting to set a design brief and ask people to come up with their own interpretations… :slight_smile:

esta muy coool, pero en mi X3 se ven las letras blancas no azules XD

@Andres_Benavides It’s supposed to be white, my camera just makes it look a little blue I guess :wink:

I think the command prompt watchface is the coolest! My first PC was an IBM 8088 with a pair of 5.25 floppy drives clocking in at a whopping 8 MHz and operated using DOS 3.3 so naturally I have a soft spot for any functioning command prompts. Great work Tyreg.

@Bell_Technical_Insti thanks :slight_smile:

ahahaha Nice DOS Reboot sequel!