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delirium happy
It is 02:38. I cannot sleep. I need to get up tomorrow later at approximately 06:20. This is not a good combination.

Grump. Grump. Grump.

(and in other news, I'm getting bored of my moons. Havig to look up the current phase of the moon every time i make an entry is getting tiresome)

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I am just about to bedit, expecting to be all insomniacal like I have been all week. First exam tomorrow, information systems shite which I don't know and will be winging and then some.


Hope you get some sleep, hopefully I'll get more than 4 hours which I NEED to survive the exam.

Moons good, I like your moons, but yeh, effort.


*g* My roommate's boyf installed Gentoo on my box and it has a moon phase thingy next to the clock. It's spiffy.

And it probably means that you notice when I'm slightly off with my userpics as well. *double-grump* (although a slightly more good-humoured one this time)

Use something like Deepest Sender, maybe, and fix it so it sets the right icon automatically?

I played about a bit with deepest sender when it was new, and it generally didn't agree with me. I can't remember the details, and it might be better if I gave it more time to get accustomed to it, but my memory of it is mostly that of really bad WYSIWYG editing, which didn't do what I expected it to.


Go down to wmMoonClock.

But that's only if you're using an Window Manager that supports docking of apps such as Windowmaker ;)

Good luck though - didn't realise you had different phases of the moon as a usericon though, very cool.

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You could also look at the previous post and see how many days it's been since then, but yeah, I can see why that would be tedious.

I hope you did get some sleep, dear. *smooths your hair*

Can livejhournal take the image as a URL?
If so, it would be trivial to write a little php script that could calculate the correct phase and generate the image for you. It could even "appear" to be, say, http://server/image.png :-) (or gif, or whatever)

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