salass00 wrote:The limpid clock display is an app icon so it uses whatever the WB uses for rendering its icons.
No, it's not. It was made with WB 3.1 in mind and animated app icons did not exist then. LimpidClock is just a normal window. It only stores the graphics "behind" the window before it opens, so that transparency can be simulated.
I admit it needs a lot CPU time for drawing. But I don't see how a drawing program can make the mouse pointer jerky or something. It uses Blt#?, Area#?, Text and if antialiasing is enabled for the clock it also used Read/WritePixelArray. No explicit lock or so.
If LimpidClock needs updating, somebody first has to explain what needs to be updated. I think I don't need to mention that I do not experience jerkyness.